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Technical and Bibliographic Notaa/Notas tachniquaa at bibliographiquaa 



Tha Inatituta hat attamptad to obtain tha baat 
original copy availabia for filming. Faaturaa of thia 
copy which may ba bibliographicaiiy uniqua, 
which may altar any of tha imagaa in tha 
reproduction, or which may aignificantiy changa 
tha uauai method of filming, are checked below. 



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Bound with other material/ 
Relit avac d'autret documentt 



Tight binding may caute thadowt or dittortion 
along interior margin/ 

La re liure terrte peut cautar de I'ombre ou de la 
dittortion le long de la marge intArieure 

Blank leavet added during rettoration may 
appear within the text. Whenever pottible, thete 
have been omitted from filming/ 
II te peut que certainet paget blanchet ajoutiat 
lort d'une rettauration apparaiaaant dana le texte. 
mait, lortque cela Atait pottible, cet paget n'ont 
pat 6th fiim^at. 

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qu'il lui s At* poaaible de aa procurer. Let dAteilt 
de cet exemplaire qui tont peut-Atre uniquet du 
point de vue bibliographiqua, qui peuvent modifier 
une image reproduite, ou qui peuvent exlger une 
modification dent la mAthoda normeie de filmege 
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Paget dAcolortet. tachattet ou piquAat 

Peget detached/ 
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Showthrough/ 
Tranaparence 

Quality of print variea/ 
Qualit^ inigaia de I'imprettion 

Includet tupplementary material/ 
Comprend du material aupplimentaire 

Only edition available/ 
Seule Mition ditponible 

Paget wholly or partially obtcured by errata 
tlipt, tittuet, etc.. have been ref limed to 
enture the beet pottible image/ 
Let paget totalement ou partieliement 
obtcurciet par un feuillet d'errata, une pelure, 
etc., ont *t6 fiimAet A nouveau de fapon A 
obtenir la meilleure image pottible. 



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Th« copy fllmvd h«r« has b—n r«produc«d thanks 
to tha ganaroaity of: 

National Library of Canada 



Tha imagas appaaring hara ara tha bast quality 
possibia considaring tha condition and laglbillty 
of tha original copy and in kaaping with tha 
filming contract spacifications. 



Original copias in printad papar covars ara filmad 
baginning with tha front covar and anding on 
tha last paga with a printad or illuatratad intpras- 
sion. or tha back covar whan appropriata. All 
othar original copias ara filmad baginning on tha 
first paga with a printad or illuatratad impras- 
sion, and anding on tha last paga with a printad 
or illuatratad impraasion. 



Tha last racordad frama on aach microficha 
ahall contain tha symbol — »■ (moaning "CON- 
TINUED"), or tha aymbol y (moaning "END"), 
whichavar appliaa. 



L'axamplaira filmA f ut raproduit grica A la 
ginAroaiti da: 

BibiiothAqua nationala du Canada 



Laa imagas suivantas ont AtA raproduitas avac la 
plus grand soin, compta tanu da la condition at 
da la nattatA da l'axamplaira filmA, at an 
conformitA avac las conditions du contrat da 
filmaga. 

Las axamplairaa originaux dont la couvartura an 
papiar aat imprimAa sont filmAs an commandant 
par la pramiar plat at an tarminant soit par la 
darniAra paga qui comporta una amprainta 
d'impraasion ou d'illustration, soit par la sacond 
plat, aalon la cas. Tous las autras axamplairas 
originaux sont filmAs an commandant par la 
pramlAra paga qui comporta una amprainta 
d'imprassion ou d'illustration at an tarminant par 
la darniAra paga qui comporta una talla 
amprainta. 

Un daa aymbolas suivants apparattra sur la 
darniAra imaga da chaqua microficha. salon la 
cas: la aymbola -^ signifia "A SUIVRE". la 
symbols ▼ signifia "FIN". 



Maps, platas. charta. ate, may ba filmad at 
diffarant reduction ratioa. Thosa too larga to ba 
antiraly includad in ona axposura ara filmad 
baginning in tha uppar laft hand cornar, ->ft to 
right and top to bottom, aa many framas as 
raquirad. Tha following diagrams illuatrata tha 
mathod: 



Las cartas, planchas, tablaaux, ate. pauvant Atra 
filmAa A das taux da rAduction diff Arants. 
Lorsque la documant est trop grand pour Atra 
raproduit an un saul clichA. 11 ast filmA A partir 
da I'angia supAriaur gaucha. da gaucha A droita. 
at da haut an Ims. an pranant la nombra 
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OCHRES. OILS. VARNISHES^ 

grkiltral frnplemmfs. 

Tar, Pitch, Rosin, &b. 



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HEAD OF MITCHELL'S WHARF, 
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Londc^ Faiiits ttid Oils, 

Cordage, Kets, Twines and Liaes, 

Gunpo^ider, Shiit/MimDg MatexialB, 'Horse Kails Und 
Shoe8, Agiicuitural Implements, Table and Pocket 

Catiery.Auidrlcaiii Rubber & LeaiSfaer Belting. 

. ' .-•* -■■ ... 

4itALSO— 

^^ «E8T AfKitLED car llAiLS, 

House BniMiHg Hardwafe of an kinds, 

Pof S]li jt Idfsit lygt SiiiAv Vlioyo & M 

Bead of Fo'W'er'8 DTluutf, 

UPPER Water stREET, Halifax. 



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Chws, 

PlMjrlnr Ctrdi, 
BeatqiM, 
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Blank Books, j 
lltmo. Bookt, 
Pocktt Books, 
ChrooHM, 
Glllott's Pent, 
Mitchell's Pons, 
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JOHN h: **.***•, 

iMPoiinm Airb' DCAiiKB in 

Hatf, Ci^^||^||i|irflo {|^|p|,^Ti{Nii||i Vallies. 

.. LEiTHE|i EAT OASESJ Q^BPBt BAGJ|.' 4to., 
8d Upper Water, Streets Ha^ifax^ N. 8. 



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i mENOI^ STACK OF IMIE? R1R$» 

And Gentlemen*iiTur and Hea-ry Cloth <%iwdf eriry d^arrip€ioD,%fll bb 
oflFerad to intemUM parchnMra at the loweat |»ricM ftf oaaL 



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OUR REPUTATION -AS -THE CHEAPEST 

D) TEE FlOViNCE, WE ASEBODND^ 10 SUSTAIN. ' 1 
Orders l^y maU QefeMiy MtmaMk 

PABTPUR ATTENTHW aVtM TO fWJKHiPAPPPIHg 

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Brili$b & for^iOr^ Goods, 

MILLINERY, dtc, dec. 

Oonntry HbinQspipi, S^i& |^^B^^ 

and taken in locohange. 
CHEAPEST PLME TaiUY (Rfm CITY. 



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Opp. Toons Mea'i ChrliUAii A«i«eUllip» |l«|tfax» 

J. FORTUIIEf /?^ tropriietor. 



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A. C. COCSWELL, D. D. 8. 

Surgeon Dentist, 

. 105 Hoais ST., hIlifax. 

ifEAR HALIFAX AND INTERNAKONAL HOTELS^ 




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ci^ARTIFIOIiO. TE6TH. 

Entir^- W PArt Sets, Haitf Ghm, Single or ISlock 
Teeibi on Gold^ Silver or Vulcanite. 

T^tli Filled with Gold, Aiiiftlt«iB o^WMte FlinJigs. 

TEBTH KBMOVEiD with or witbont 
Coiideused i^itrqiis Oxide Gos^a i^fe and jeUaUe 
agent, hnviog bien tdndnifter^d in ibis office to 
over 2000 patieutc*. 



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8MSr UHIIES, m ttSTDHS, IliT! mU. 

Register Qratee, Fouinlry Supplies, Pumpi, fo. 

CORKn 

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LMtst StylM !■ Q 9% iM ooutoBtlj od hand. 

AMERICAN GHANDEUEHS, LAKPS, AND HXTUKES, 
FANCY eOODS. TABLE CUTLERY, EiC. 

BK6T AMERICAN & CfANADIAN OILS. 

223, 225 & 227 Barrin^on St, 

HALIFAX, N. H. y -^ 

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Inspection solicited, as pnr prices will deQr CKfinpetiiioii. 



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WMwram or 
BRITISH & FOREIGN 





.UiRxioO nr>imoO lin-jniii 

EachSeaaoQ our Stjockia^personftlU selected by 9XiS 
of the firm, and &s it is r^^U^iiiHhed by nearly every 
Mail Boat, it will be fouB^ oat^ the most thoroughly 
assortafiiij/hefClti ^ ; ; ;_£ ( {. 

Special attentiom-^^f ^ Sfe g fo our stock of 




MftAMTLE JIIAKII«Gi.4. MILLINERY. 



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Buyers and Country Customers. ,., 

mASlOIASAllT.BOlISSITBSTp. 

New Wholesale. WarehonaOf. 25 Dukft St. 



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viiGenetaliOoamissio 

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Consignqieivtfi pf ouipU^f dealt with. •Good^ forwarded. 

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Zm AIIB'n«!liASE& OF HSH CAip^ SMGIALW. 
' CHAllliERiST PtOCyRED. 

Imperial German Consul. 



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SUITS MADE TO ORDER IN THE MOST FASNIOMBIE STYUS. 

As our Terms are STRICTLY CASH, we can afford to make 
' -up Qftrin^utA at very Iqw ^pioea. v , , :«, 

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5V Upper Wetter Street 




'iMPOitTEBS OF A I X 

WIBE ROPE, ANCHORS, 

fCU-A^IN CAJBL.E8. 

PAINTi ttU^ PI^TT, £u4 J^CHy R08IN, 

Corkwood, Outeh, Fish Hooks, 

YZSSEL'S OXTTFITS COiaLETZi ^ 

AGENTS FOR 





TARR * WGNSON'S COPPER PAINT. 

ALSO, AGEl T8 FOR 

INMANltoE of STEAMSHIPS. 



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f8R HSIHAIIOE AGAINST LOSS M «AI|AGE BY HUE.. 

^ i] SUMGBIBBDAN* II|TIBT|!» flJUTlTU.! 

One Million 3ix Hundred Thousand Founds. 

HALIFAX, N. S. 

Mskf i%k0ft«l tiM bowM* Rates, and hK Lkmmi inmodHatoly adjostod and paid 



without Mfereaoa to Biif ImimI^ hsr the Subscriber, at hit otHcw. 
Sub-AffeneiM in all we prtnatpal towoa ia^Nov* Soati*. 



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Express ti Feed Store, 

OFFICE, 92 ft 94 BARMNGTON STREET, 

* *i OLD potn omam, ' * ^ "^ 

Special atiention viven to Eemttal to anil from the Bopots. 

Frnity Fttrnitiire, Eggs.Ute',, UemoTed in Spring 

Waggons when repaired. 

Always on hand : 

Cenii Gbrii Ifteal, Shorts, Bran, 

J A«d iU iemt^tloMr 61 Frorei^r. J 

SOLICITED— Counti^ Produce on Consignment, and 
prompt retinma made. 



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To be BEEN. Cannot fail to FUSA8E. 



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P9bIie)ii|t^onage kindly soliplte4 for \h9^ 

A.t S® & 3@ ll(iK,g STREET. 

HALIFAX, N. S. 

OPPOSITE (^MITH B^OS. * ^ 



i,6«o.oto MOW nr usfe isr all pabtb or tmm woald. 




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New FamO^ and Mflttif^oturing 

Est.flftlfiliod'OTali' A qnnrter of a, «eilittiry. S%e tti« sew IfadrioM juct 

out in 1876 ; ensy to ofienite, »elf-«etting needles, self-adjusting 

attachments and tensions. PRICKS REDUCED. The 

best Maohine in tlie world at the lowest possible priee. 

8BND won CntCULAR. 

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Vr. S. JOaNSOlT, Qeneral Agent, 

iSib HOtLIS ST., HALIFAX, N. S. 

8«wiac MMltfM NMdlM off «11 ktada. bMtMMUM Twm fM 
Tailors Mid Shoe Trado, Clark's Bopbaat Spool Cotton, *o. 

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PAtiNTCb IN U. S Al^t) CANADA. 

\Btl Tlif ^apwill fid ^oiil 




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This CN4iid«ruii marvel for it* oliei^invm and ^flenaj, the cost 
being but i2ft, whil* it ir fully fqitnl to machines oowttng ftv« tinies ri 
niuoh, aud equally well adapted to grinding Mill, Rotary and Edge Sairs. 

SBSQ'Z) JPOTt OZZtCrD^A.XiS. 

J. HODGSON, Aivn^RStj^N. S. 






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MANUFACTURER OF 

Sausages and Bolognas of all descriptions.- 

Always osr hand— 

FrMki ttm^'Oimi Birk» U%w^ Bmoii^ PieklM mnI 8m«t«d 
T*Rf ae)i» a«4 # TAriet/ of Smoked. ap4 Corned Meats. 

OitbeRS Solicited. Call and JKxaminb. 

miHM viMtkt suwiii^ AT mmmr memnm. 
214 i4rg7le 3te«0^ BaUfax, XT. S. 



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Ale, Porter, Fmiti, Spioea, Cbeese, Fiokles, 

Wholesale ajjd Retail. 

24i3 BoUis and 48 Water 3t8., 

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GOMMISSION AND INSURANGE AGENT. 








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let Compdfsit 
Wash Boards, Twine, &c., in stock at 
lowest rates to the Jobbing trade. 

Mmmm m *«^ ^or^ha mm nm 

REUANGE MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY, 



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ST^M-IRERS' INSURANCE SOCIETY OF GARAOA. 

400 Xegrsr^of EMIU8H BIjAjiTIllG POWDER for sale loF 



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^1 J> TT f> If Mfghfest cash \Mu9. ? r ^ 'V i 

N^^.— PartTes oonitgning ^tJHll to the* dai>8crit>er, maj rely on 
reoeiving prompt and s^tis/iMstory returQa hj fjpllo^ng mail. 











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174 aid'!76 Low6i^ Wipf Street, 



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Is no new or nntried remedy, bat-one that laas stood the test of years, 
having been used in the proprietors family iwdainonffst his M^uain- 

to placeitbeiorc tne pumic as a means ofrafieTingMe raserings of 
Inaukind. M^t kmjwing its virtbes ia MWemMtiwDt eq«iBKided that 
it wou^d be good in othe:r forms of disease p^iu. and on tri^ Ipniid it 
to exceed their most sabguino expectations, ftnd Have ivcbmnieiiddl it 
as snrpassiuii; any Liuiaiept or IHUn KUIer ia use. . Mm eitMiiVa sala 

85 ceiuka. 



iu^ Qoniw#)iai(tiaee proves tbajt ib lifui lofljfc iv^ae.^f itf •aflcaqy, 

Jprieea 




m BOTAL SXA1C0H9 nmiMM 
1^ dOVSTXTXTOIOliUIi flluUlttli 

For th%6<iw.«t.J«W|IM/aWM, J|^NS^E||<^LOIA, 

Is an intemitf i^iilt^, td^M flied^^ht c^ire(*Hbn*with*th6^extemal nse 

followed. sj Tft ,, f r^; T*, JB4rice 50 cents a bottle. 



GRAHAM 




'TAIiRHINE 



trom the irritation of the/,4tnubspbere, 
Ointment would protect iNtflPf tfn the sui 



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Messrs. T. (fRAHAU &; Suns. 



avity 
Dnst, as a Salva or 
of the body. 




')ear Sirt,—li gives me great pleasure, tq iuforni you of my perfeot 
of CATAURH, from which I had Buffered in its roost severe form 



Dear 
owe 
for 12 yearMrithout being aUst to fin^ a reniedvfer it, and I Icng thomdM 

that distressing, and I might say, disgusting ooniplaiif, and used only 
one box. I saa cobfidently xecomnienu i^ tft any one sunerilff from that 
compUint. Yours truly, 

r^-r , ^^ ^- ^- SCHOP^J^ 

*»RiO^ sis 03Big-xs- 



Prepared Ij T. OBASAIC & SOIT, 

PRKSCOTT, ONT. 






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JOHSEBARSSTE&D 

Keeps constant on hand a large stock of Lower and 



Upper Leather, French Fronts, English Uppers, English, 
Ameriean and Canadian Boans, French Calfskins, 
English Kjps, Levant Goat, Patent Fox Hides, Kid 
Skin, Polished Cord Machine Silk, Linen Thread, Lasts, 

Bbdi Aiia.lpKoe Manufacturers^who shonI4 pqi fiiirto 
fdlKAiM daunii&^iB AedW heloir* p^riAattng elsvwliere. 



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HALIFAX, N. S. 



mirihf: 



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Stove Slore. 



Sucoewor to R. DOWNS & SON, ^, ,- , , , , 

Tinsmith lie Plumber, 

Deafer in STOVES and GRATES. 

304 a&A aod XTj^pe? Water St., galifaa, IT. S. 



Orders In the vftrions bVanehes of Copper, Lead, Z!nc, Sheet 
Iron and Tin Work proiuptly and periBonally attended to. 



MiMlrftM iK vNBHf ▼arletjr «t 'l*w i^«!«l«. 



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ALES AND PORTER. 

IMPORTSBS AND BQ1 ?ii£(8 ^ 

English Ale & Brown Stont. 

ImpoTterg^and Whniegale J^ealerrin 



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168 and 170 QBANVILLE ST.. HAUFAX, N. S. 

Pllota aai BMTeri, HoMtorT of all kladi. 

White aad firejr BUaketo, 6-4 Uaioa aad Woollea Duiaski, 

FUiibcISm .m Ialll# C«T«|ri of oli^ ^Ifds. ^^ 





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¥ « f f sor<tf>1|ia<ooi 
tect a* |i|e tkousa^d jipr eeni 
c^l^alel V^d i-eiin^ ibtmfy aM -TncJftifty; 
Send to W. H. Johnson for Price List of the best 
instruments ia the 'iTilkrke&, fti wholeoile prices, and 



save 20 to 50 per cent, usually paid middlemen and 



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W. H. JOHNSOIV, 

12a h(h.l:k BTREBt, ^ Halifax, it. s. 



Direct Impbrt^r fend Manaftiitafers' Agent. 



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NoteJPapersI Blasik Book Papers, 




IK ©BEAT VARIBTY. ^ 



Memo. . B<rt|pv^<'ftft Joofac En velopcHT" Assorted, 
EsterbrboTs Sfe^ PeWs, Wafer's l^encits, Gold 












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At ttiA dUA'tf atlilraib/pAi^hftMn cnif nlwnyn flhu A mr||« And varied 
Bttjcic from whicli to select, including; 

FIm Gold and Sllfer Watohet, Rlnci of all kinda. Ladles' 

and Gentlemen'a Chaius» Lockcfs, Braoelets, 8uit«Sy 
T 'CMrdpai m^k l4Li|pli»n| Sttrfr, SdT" ' 
' Plec#oMlbt|d Wi^S iplf«iBntt 

BrI 

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l'W9lftr*'WF' lialif 
Orders by mail promptly attended to. 

•h Ofllo* and Olnb Honao. 





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Halifax Marble Works, 

73^ft 76,BAni^gr^o& St., 5alifa& 



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Mfoniiment^Jfl Myble^ Granjti^ 4 r^^^ 

HEAD ST0IIES,1llIII»[ t/ftlETOAn^t^ RlNTS, ETa, 



WBsofaspt 



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374. 37® and ®7t Saimt ^aml StrMt, 

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Always in stock, a full assortment of 

WRAPPIHU' AMD PRIHWN8 PAPER, SHEATHIM, tc. 



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Sole Agents in Canada £pf:,1^hje^dCjp)^jr^^,^, „y^ 

.: .-. ,s.1<t'.l iiiyl .Jido'^I -lov/oIH ii'jiw '^lia 

PRtNTHie MI0,iWHHIMmi«Jlllli6. 



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h a jlif ax, n; 8. 

remB:mber 

HOMSBY & FLAVIN'S DEPOT, 

tit ftrgjfl!® Street, KatlftK, 

..\VhaP8 you can leave youv order for' any descciptiun of 

PLAIN OR ORNAMENTAL POTTERY. 

Wc manufaoture and have on hand a large stock, comprising 

Milk Pans, Cream Pots, Bntter Pots, Bean Pots, Preserve 
rO Jars, Molasses Jars, Liquor Jars, Ac. 

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We keep on hand a stock of Flower Pof>8 from thumbs np to 30 gallons. 

We make to order any shape, design or description of Flower Pots, 
Tiles, ]k>rdering, Ooviogi Vates.for gmdeiw, graves, &c., at prices that 
defy competition, we.viipply all thl»>prin«ipial4!oiMervatorieB in the 
city with Flower Pots, Fern Pots, &o. 



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CoUmm's ««« ILeen'a M«8l«rd«, all crailes mmA vtylca •! packagrs. 



At U. H. VULLKB k CO.'S, lieaa of Power's Wharf. 



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FOR)* f-t*'--. • 
Containing the names of all persons in Business 



*ihronghout the 



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Professipnal, Mercantile, Mechanical, Mills, 
Manufactories, &c., &c. 



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X^sii^d nil>out IlfAreh, XSSO. 

CONTINUING FOR TWO YEARS. 

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Agents' ^ill o^vass* all parts of tjie Dominion, and 
Eastern portion of tlie United States, for 
., ,, subscriptions to tjie work. 



UKIIirN^ llf^^P^ 4fr^c^|-f «niulrle», llH|irj»^. 



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Carriage anH Sleigh Builder. 



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f*. ^be^ Sui)«cjfi^ builds to qytluroU kinds of ^»^ 

Light Carriages & Sfeighs at the sliortdst notice. 
SLEIGHS A SPECIALTY. 



CALL AND SKK THE 

?lT.i\T $li\GLE, DfllBLE & T.1\DEM Mm, 

\\'h\c\i ^^eieaWi.i.lod ft FIRST SPEniAL V\llZK ANt) A mPLO>rA 

iic tl:t> i*r< vincinl i'lxl'iltitiun, lieltl tit rUlifrtxin 1879. .\»y infrin^fiiieiit 

on this Patent will be )>iosecnte<i to the utmosb rigour or' the law. 

Patent Rlgrht!!. tor siile iu Canada and tJi« Uaitod l^ates. 

117 and, i;9 South-Brunflwick St., SaUf&z, IT. S., Oftnada. 




MCDONALD'S 

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"stables, 

POBTLINd SFREET, DMTMgUTII. 



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GOOLEY'S PATENT GREAM RAISER 1 

Koad a few TetitimouiaUi from those that have used them : 

SvRBKx-, July 4th, 1878. 

F. S. McKay, Esq. - Dowr Sir,- I consider from the trials made in my tialrj-, that 
the Coolov (Jreanier la superior to (he muall itana, hoth for cleaiUine'w and quan- 
tity of cniani. Hl'OH MoMONAULK. 

Stashtkap, Qctk., April aist, 187S. 

F. S. McKay. Dear Sir,— I used the C«K>Iey Cream Kaiaer for over a year, and 
conHider them the b«st for making butter of anythiiifr yet Invciitad, malting as 
ftiiod iwit(«r in 4n\y and Augvisi as in Full or Spring. I used welt-water to »et 
them in. and Kot idl the cream in twelve Iwurs. and ma4e more and much better 
butter tiian hy the smalt pons. Yours tnUy, .). II. IVI-X 

SALiHBi'itT, N. B., Oti«ber 1st, ld78. 

F. S. McKa«.— Dear Sir,— I have used rour Cktoley's Cream Baieer this seHsun, 
and consider it the irreatest improvement in butter malcini; that tuui yet oonie, and 
I And that 1 can raise more cream, and liave it perfectly ttweot and free front dirt 
of all kinds, than by the small open iians. I also notice that butter nia«Ie hy the 
Gooloy system is of one uniform color ; and I can raiM cnnsideraltle more cream 
hy this process. lam of the opinion tliat this method of cream raiainw: will he 
universally adopted in preference to the small pans. JA8. A. STI^EVKS. 

Havklock Corxbr, .luly 30th, 1878. 

F. S. McKay, Proprietor Coolcy's Cream Raiser.— Dear Uir,--Wc i)a\e used your 
Creamers for seven or ei^ht months, and fliid them far 8ui>erior to the small milk 
Mins. Wc can raise mora cream and malie better batter than with the small pans, 
iMSsides the labor saved in wuliin}( and sualdini; sipalt paiM ; that alonv is worth a 
iH'eat deal in large dairiei. We have much pteasore in recoiumendinu them to ait 

dairymai^^ Yours truly, ims!^JOaN C.%ICI?. 

or T^wn And Oounlgr XiKlitB fbr sale In New BnmswMi^ 
Notra Seotsa, ai^l F. K. Z«laiid. Address all letters to 

F. S. McKAY, Sussex, N. B. 

DAKTMOUTH. If. p. 

GEO. E CEAIG, Proprietor. 



HAIR-DRESSING PARLOR. 

,..DT AND COLD BATHS. 

Stationery, Pishing Tackle, Fancy Goods, &c. 



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DARTMOUTH, N. 8. 

GEO. a. CBAZa. 



ftll#Har « HKMI, Agentii for Nova Scefla. 



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STEAIMt 

Book and Job Printing Offica 



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Corner Granville and Sackville Streets, 



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^ Books, Hsports, Sil! Beub, Man, Fnten, 



AND AM. KFNDS OF 



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Done in best style and at reasonable prices. 

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ANiS G r^N rs' rrTteNrTsiiiisrG . 

WOOliBSAL* AJIl>;ilETAII«» 

OlJll TERMS numo ftTMnrrvY 0A«^, wa^nn facrmmona »ml ti^ll ^ 
oMi- UuddH 1171 uiienp hs any Iiuiish in tlie Uitjr. 

HTOCIC rtKPl^KTSriSHKt) lOVJil^Y ©TKAMKR. 

CASH PAID TOR HOMESPUN AND YARN. 

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PKODUPZS 

rommissiou Merchants, 

FKofbiE'roiis ur 

nVC TJ 3i»ffl: IF O R ID ' s 

Coiiiitry Market and Hotd. 

40 to 62 AZ107LE SmEET, 



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FiNbentiMi'n iUnnU nf tt^ry liiWful \\vWph for nmh, 



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HALIFAX, N. 8..^ 




WALTER BARRON & GO. 

Toilots and Qotbiets. 

ConBtnnfcly on IimmI^ a very Inrge atook of 

fAI|€¥ TW11IIE» 

i ^11 gr«iii variety, to suit eX\ ■oAiotin, incTuiting f^oototi CUevlotM, Xfeui 

Over-Coatings, ^ 

BcATers, Mor«ow8, PI1i^s» N<I|m immI WhHiiey», In Blacky 
Blii^, Brown Mkd <lttye ShAdeiT. 

The i^ve will b« made to oltltr uu shortest notioo, nnil nt r^i»soniible 
,* ItriooM, or »old itt ItMigt^i* m ttAy be roi^vUretk H i 4 i 

CiOTHlN§. 

In onr Re*<lym»«W Clothing LH>prtrtM«it will be fxmn<\ tb« Urgest nml 

Wnt Btoek of 

ICmX 7oiatlis' ^tal Bojrs' ClptUasf 

ever offered \tk the eity— nil of which han been careh\Uy nmnufaotured 
on tlic premises, mu\ will be aoI<1 at a Bn\jUl ailvance for 0.\8II. 



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TbpC^IM'lliW-JVirroinA, nf fh« rnlM Khj^d^Ai nf nrrftt nrltnln, 
And IifliiiMl, iVi('M (^lei'ii. l>eri>ii(Ur of llie Knilh. Il«^r MN,V»ty wnn 
Itoih At Kt'iiNiAtftifii riiliU'c, Miiy 24, lUIII, Hurccf*!*!! (o tli>* thioii* Jtti'if* W), 
tH:i7, on tlx! ilyalU oC tier ihuIp, KHi^ Wtlliani IV.; Jr««rownc(J JwmM, 
18:18; tinil mnrMed. Folirnnry to, IHIU, l» bin KoyMl lllKtt^ntFrinM AfNfrt. 
Her -Vlajtofltv if tlip (inlv iltlltl ot'llit tale ftoval HI^'Imidm, Kdwi rd, t>ttke 
ni Kent, Ron of KitiK 0'florg« HI. ThP chiUtrpti of tt«r lfni«fity nl#l'- 

Ilpr HavHl UblniHRN Vt(n'ui(i\ AuilAiiikMaky IaiOwa, Princ|«»'IAl^nl 
of Kn^lnnd nnit TrintNini Hofti Nov fli, 1844), nnd «)«rried to litiiltaiDal 
lliglincn* WiHiaiM, lli« <W««n I'linOc uf 0«niiaii/, jmi 85, 1868, iud4 Bm 
innue, thran Maai|ndtoiii*(!]kllKlilerMi 

Illd Roynl rf!((hn«fiK ALteur fiinrAHU, I'rinca (if WaIhh, Ikiih liMi^9, 
1841: mnrricd Mftich 10, 11KW, AldxAndraof UvnmfliVfl'rinctimof WaJta), 
born Dec 1, 1844, «nd hnn iMiin, Pritiae Albort Virt0r, born Jan 8, -TN4) 
C4«orae Fnulerirk Krnmt Albert, bdrn jinia 8, 1880; lioaUa ^ viaMVia 
Alexlndrii Dagnmr iiorn Fel) 80,1867; Victoria AM«|dra Olga Ibxr, 
born July. 4, llUft; and Mnntt^ CftAil^te Uuty Vktorfl, tfirn Ifov^, fMo. 

Hw Ittynt HIiptltDeM AUGJ< Uwp MAttY. Imrn April 85, 1843MlMll1ed 
to H. K tf I'rinec irvdcHok ]iOu|4 of H«m«, July l^ 1808, and lian Isaua 
four daughtera anA one noti. .' ;\} *■ >' 

If<» ^Oval ffichnpsn A>/rt<R*^ltlinRiT AtnicnT, tliike 6f V/HnlmMi, 
Karl of Kfiit, Kcifof VUU'X, &c., botti AugO, 1844; mar-ied .inn. 39, Wi, 
to the Grand IhiebeM MAria Aloxandrowna, dnuKbtm* of tha KnifMfor of 
Unnxlt: ban inaiie A sOn, bprnOcliar 4870, and Iwo daUgbtera, bOm Nov 
25, 187G. and Bopt 1; 1878. 

Her Itovnt HJtfbtYWH Hrmina Avoithta VicToifTA. Imrn Mny 25, 1840; 
married to HIb Rovni tliffboaaa Prince Frederick Cbr)|tti»CUnrk''i«Aaftui)tnn 
of So>.lt>HWlg-HolHtein-Suitdetiburg^UKuntenburg, Ji4y 6, 1880; kwue two 
Nonft and tbreo daugbters. 

Her Koyni HiglinciiR T^UMA Cauolink Ai^brrta, bOrn Miirch;]!, 1848: 
manned to'tlia MwqiiiH of Lome, , 

Ills Uoyal HigbnenH A.iTiicit Patru-k William ALniciiT, b<nm May 1, 
1860. 

Hi» R«ynl Higttneitfi Lkotvld Gl;oRnR Dvxoam 4I''^<''"t, bom ApHf 7, 
1853. ■• ^ 

\tfsr RtilyaMiiilinoNB Bravuick Mart VirrrcntiA FKnnoiuc, born April 
14, M167. * 

The gritlnd children of Ibe Qiicim now number twdflt^-flve. 

UcoiiwRFuKWcmcK William Oiiahlkb, K.G.,'DuJ^e <4 rn'inTwhl^^i , 
oniisiti to Her Mnjosty, bom MaruU 20, 1810. AtUiUHTA VViliiklmi.na 
LoriHA, Ducla'ss of Cnmbrid^o, niece of tbe Uiii!!grAlr#of llfUfte nnd aunt 
to hor M^^Pty, born .July 25, 1706; married in 1810, the latu Dukcof Cnin- 
bridgo. AiUiiHTA Cauolink Ciiarlotik Kli/aHwii Mai:y Soi'IIIA 
Louis, daughter of the JHte Duke of Cambridge and cuunin to her 
Muieety. born Julv 19, 1822; married .fune 28, 1843, to Kredericlt, Grand 
Duko or Mec'klenburg-Strclitz., and has ii^Hue a son. Maky Ai>ki^ii>r 
U 1LHKLM1NA Klizaiirtii, daughter of tlie late Duke of Cambridge and 
cousin toiler Mui<)8iy, born Nov 27;, 1833; married Prince Teck, June 7, 
1860, has issue two sons and two daughters. 



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DOMINION OF CANADA. 



Seat op Govbrnmknt— OTTAWA. 



G<w«rttor- General and Commnn(hr-{n-Cliie/—{$hOfi()0)—}\lH Kxocllency 
the Kt lion Sir John Gkohmk Ki>waim> IIknhy Hoitckas iSuTiii:ni.A>n 
Camphkix, Marquifl of Lome, Kl^ijL;ht ot the Thistle, and Knight Grand 
Cross ot St. Michael and St. Ht'orge, iiic. 

Secretary. Mu'or De Winton. 

CimiptrolUr, Hon Mr Aloreton. 

Aiiles-de-Camp, Hon Air Uarbourd, Scots Fusilier GiiardH; Hon STr 
Ua^fiit. 

Extra Aides-de- Camp, T^t.-Ool. Hewitt Bernard, Lt -Col. Fred. W. 
Cumberland, and Lt.-Col Duche»nay. 



DOMINION OP OANADA-PRIVY OOUNCIIi. 

Rt Hon Sir John A. Macdooald, Prevuer, and Miniattr of .the Interior— 
(•8.(100). 

7/on Sir S. L. Tilley, Minuter qf Finance— (%1, 000). • 

" Sir Cbarlep TupptT, v n., Minigter of Raibmyt and Canal$—{V(%OW). 
" H. L. I-anj;evin. MinigUr of Public iroi/fci— (I|7,IK)U). 
" L. R. MflBSon, iVtB/j/ero/" i»/»7''»Vf-(*7,<io6). 
" J.C.Wkena, Secretm-y of State-i'H'T, mO). 
" J.H.Pope, Mini*Ur»f A(fricultnre-{%7M0). 
" Sir Alex. Cainj.beH, Pmtm0itter-General~(%7,iWO), 
*' MackcLzie Howell, i/tni«/«ro/' CM«^»H«— ($7,000). 
•* J. {J. i*o]te, 3fini$t^r of Mai-ine, and Fisheries— {%70(iO). 
" I.. T. G.BAhy, Minister of Ifdand Revenue— {SI, m\). 
James McDonald, J/inM<«r f>/'./tt«ftcc—( $7,000). 
John O'Connor, President of' the Council- ($7 MO). 
K. D. Wilmot (without portfolio). Speaker of the Senate. 



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Speaker. Bon R. D. Wilmot. 



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PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTiA— 10 Mkmberb. 



flon Thomas D. Archibald, 
" Robert Barry Uickey, 
" John Bourinot, 
•♦ William Miller, 
" A.W. McLelan, 



Hon Alex McFarlane, 
" Jeremiah Northiip, 
" H. A, N. Kanlback, 

L. G Power, 

R. P. Grant. 






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Hon Amo\ Edwin Botsford, 
'< WiU/«m Hunter Odell, 
*♦ D.*fridVVark, 
" John Ferguson, 
" ' Robert Duncan Wilmot, 



//on Abuer Reid McClelan, 
" Jo u GlaBier, ' 
" Jaiuea Devep, 
" W. Mnirhead. 
" J. G. Lewin. 



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PHOVINC£ OF PKINC£ EDWARD ISLAND.— 4 Mkudkrs. 

Hon D. Montfromery, I Hon O. W. Howlan. 

'' K. P. ifavthora*, I 

PROVINCE OF QUEBEC— 21 Mkmuers. 

Htn Jacques Olivier Bureau 
" Charles .Malhiot, 
" Louis Itcnaiid, 
** John Ilumilton, 
" Charles Cormier, 
*| David FMward Price, 

Leandre Dutnoucliel, 

I^uis I<acosto, 

Joseph F. Arinand, 

William Henry Chaffers, 

Jean Bapti^^te Quevremont, 

James Ferrier, 



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" M. H. Cochrane, 
Jean Charli>8 Chapais, 
Pierre B:iillargeou. 
E. Chinic. 
K. G Penny, 
H. Pan net, 
H. Fabre. 
C.n. Poiser, 
P. Pellet icr, 
G. G. Stevens, 
£p B. U. U«i Boucherville. 



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** Benjamin Seymour. 

Waiter Hamilton Dickson, 
James Shaw, 
David Ueesor, 
Alei inder Campbell, 
David Christie, 
James Cox Aikins, 
James Rea Benson, 
Elijah Leonard, 
William McMaster, 
John Simpson, 



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David licwis McPherson, 

Billa Flint, 

George Win Allan, 

F. Smith, 

R. Read, 
" A. VIdal, 
** G. Bro*(rn, 
" R. W.Scott, 

A< Hope. 

W. H. Brouse, 

H. B. BalL 



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Hon M. A. Girara, 



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PROVINCE OF BRITISH eOLUMBIA—3 Members. 



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ChaplaiU), Rey John Jo^nttx^. Ckrk qf ParUamenh, R. Lemoine. 



THE H0U8E OF COMMONS. 

Clerk— A. Patrick. Clerka Assistant^—J. P. Leprohott; J. 0. Bottrinot. 
Sergeant-at-Arms—D^ W. McDonnell. 

PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA. 

Colchester— Thomaa McKay, 
Cumberland— tfon Sir C.Tupper.c.B. 
Diffty— J. Wade, 
Guysborotigk ^A. Ogdan, 



Annapolis — \vard Longley, 
Antif^onish — Angus Mcisaac 
Cape Kreton— William McDonald, W. 
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HfJlfRX— M. H. Ifichev, If. B. Ua1«y, 
lUnU-W.H. AIImmI. 
InverneM — Samuc) MoDonnell, <|.Ct 
Klnj?B— Frcdcrltk W. Hordch, m.d. 
Luninbiirg— C. K. Kaulback, 
Queens— S. T. U. Bill, 



PIctou— //en .T. McDoiialtl, g.c, U. 

Doull, 
Richmond— iMicund P. Flynn, 
Shellnime— ThoniaH Knbefthuii, 
Victoria— F). Arcn<>iiMld, 
Yartuouth — Frank Killam. 



PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 



Albert— A. Uofrero, 
Carloton— G. H. Connell, 
Charlotte— A. H. (iillmonr, 
Gloucester /^on t. W. Anglin, 
Kent— (i. A. Girouard, 
Kin^s — J. Doinville, 
Northumbcrinnd— J. B. Snowball, 
Queen»— G. C. Kiog, 



RoHti^ouche— G. Ifaddotr, 

St. .lohn, city— Jion S. h. Tillev, 

St. John, city and 0Ountv>.A/uttIiiaao 

llurpce, C. W. Weldoo, 
Sunbnry— (Jkarlea Biirpe*, 
Victoria— John Cotlfgaii, 
WeHtniorcliiiid- fhH A. J. Smith, 
York — J. I'ickard* '/ .. 



PROVINCE OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



Kinp'a Co., A. C. McDonald, Dr. 

Muftnrt. 
Prihce Co., Jumcs Yco. K. Ilackett. 



Queen's Va.. /ftm ,1. C. Pope, F. de 
St. C. Brucken. 



PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 



Argenteuil, Dr. (^hrlf>ti«. 
BsKot, .Tcs^nh A. MouK^eau. 
Reauce, P l)nllMic. 
Honuharnoi.s, M. Cayley. 
Rellt'chasj>e, A. Larue. 
Berthier, K. O. Cuthbert. , 
iionaventure, P. C ituaucli^sne. 
Brome, K. L. Chandler. 
Chamhiy, P. R Renoit. 
Chninplain, Hypolite Montplaisir. 
Charlevoix, I. '8. Ii*erraulr.' 
(^hatcauguay. ffon L. H. Ilolton. 
Chicoutimi and Saf^enay, V.. Ciinon 
Comnton, Hon .lohn Henry Pope. . 
Dorcnester, Fortunat Rouleau. 
Drumnioiid and Arthabaska, E. O 

Rourhoau. 
Gaspe. floH P. Fortin. 
Hochelagti, Alp Dcsiardins, 
Huntingdon, .luliun Scriver. 
Iberville, Francois Rechard. 
Jacques Cnrtier, D. Girouard, 
Joliette, J/oti L. F, G. Baby. 
Kamouraska, J. Dumoni. 
Lanrairie, A. Pinsonneault. 
I/Assoniption, Hilaire Hurteau. 
Laval, Aideric Oiiiinet. 
r^vis, H<m Dr. Rlaiichet. 
L'lalet, P. B. Casgrain. 
Lotbiniere, Dr. Kinfret. 
Maskinonge, F. Houde. 
Megantic, L. E. dliyier. 
MibGi.oquoi, Hon G. B. Raker. 



Montcalm, Firman Ihtgaa. . 
Montinagny, A. C P. l^ndry 
Montmorency, P. V. Valin 
Montreal, Centre, M. P. Rynn 
Montreal Vjist, C.J. Courtiul 
Montreol. Weft, ftL H. (i»»klt 
Napicrville. Sixte De('oupal 
Nicolet, F. X. O. Mitliot ' , 
Ottawa County, Alouzo Wright 
Pontiac, J. Poupore ., 

Portneuf, M. Valee ,';'i 

Quebec, Centre, J. Malouin 
(Juebec, East, /Aw W, Laurl<*t , 
Quebec, West, /Am Thos McGfeevy 
Qiu'hec County, Adolphe P. CarujQi ^ 
Rii'helieu, L. J I. Miij^s^e 
Richmond and Wolfe, W. B. Iv^s 
Riniouhki, J. IS. R. Fisot 
Kouville, G. A. Gigault 
St Hyacinthe, L. Tellier 
St Maurice, Dr. DeSaulniers. 
St .'ohu'a, T. Rourassa, 
Slicft'ord, //on L. S. Huntington 
Sherbrooke, E. T. RrcKiks 
Soulanges, Jacques P. Lnntliier 
Stanstead, Charles (\ CoWty 
Temiscouata, Dr. Grandbois. 
Ti^rrebonnic, /Aw L. F- R- Mas.'^on 
Tlirete Rirftro, W; McDriugall 
Two Mountain, J. B. Daoust^ 
Vaudreuil, J. B. A. Mongenais 
Vercheres, Hqn Felix Geodrloa 
Yamaska, F. Vanasse 



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PUOVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



Addinicton, J. McCrorjr 
AlKomn, J. DawRon 
Botitwell, Hon David MHlii 
llnint, North lUdfnR, O. Klemtng 
Brant, 8outh Urdinff, W. Pattenion 
Britckvillo, W. I'itMiinmonn 
Bruce, North ItfcUng, J. (iUties 
Bruce, S. Uiding, A. 8haw 
Cardwell.T. White, J r 
Carleton. John liochexter 
Cornwall Town, Ih*. Bergin 
Dundofl, G. 8. Kotw 
Durham, East Kiding, Col Williams 
Durham, W»iit Riding, H. W. Burke 
Elgin, Kaat lUding, T. Arkill 
Elgin, West Hiding, Geo E. Casey 
Emox, J. C. Patterson 
Frontenao, tieo. A. Kirkpatrick 
Olengam', J. Mcliennan 
Qrenville, S. Kidii\g, J. T. Wiser 
Ore.v, EiiHt Riding, Ur Sproulo 
Grey, North Riding, S. J- I^ine 
Grey. South Riding, G. Jackson 
Ilaldlmand. David Thompsyn 
Halton, Hon W. Maododgail 
Hamilton (city), F. E. Kilvcrt, J. 

Robertson 
Hastings. East Riding, John White 
Hastings,N.U., Hon ^Iac' cn/Je Bowell 
Hasting^ W. Riding, JaniCH Browu 
Hiiron, C R , //<>♦» R. J. Cartwright 
Huron, North Riding, T. Farrow 
Huron, South Riding, M. J. Cameron 
Kent, Rufus Stephenson, 
Kingston (city). A. Gunn 
Lambton, Hon Alex Macken^Jc 
Lanark, North Riding, D. OnlbraitK 
Lanark, S. Ridingi J. O. Haggart 
L«eds tend Grenvilltt, North Riding, 

Dr Ferguson 
L^ds, SoUth Riding, D. Ford Jones 
liCnnox, E. Hooper 
Lincoln, C. J. Rvlvert """^" 

Lomlon (city), Hon J. Carling 
Middlesex, N. Hiding, T. Coughlin 



Middlesex, E. Riding, D. McMillan 
Middlesex, W. Hiding, Q. W. Rom 
Monck. L. McCallum 
Muskoka, A. P. Cockburn 
Niagara (town), J. B. Plumb 
Norfolk, North Riding, J Cliarlton 
Norfolk, South Riding, W. Wallace 
Northumberland, K, 11.. A. Keeler 
Nurthuuiberlund, W. Hiding, Hon J. 

Cockburn 
Ontario, N. Hiding, 
Ontario, 8. R., F. W. Glcn 
Ottawa (city), Joseph M. Currier, 

Jose nil Vanni 
Oxfbnl, North Riding, Thos Oliver 
Oxford, South Hiding, Col Skinner 
Peel, W. Elliott 

Pertli,. North Riding, S. R. Hcxson 
Perth, Soutn Riding, JrtmesTrow 
Peterboro', Kaat Biding, J. Burnham 
Petcrboro' West Riding, G. Uillyard 
Prescott, F. Routhier 
Prince Edward, J. M. Craig 
Renfrew, North Riding. P.VVhite, Jr 
Renfrew, S.H, W. Bannerman 
Russell, Ifoii J. O'Connor 
Simcoe, N. R., I 'alton McCarthy 
Simcoc, South Riding, W.C Little 
Stonnont, O. Fulton 
Toronto Centre, R. Hay 
Toronto, Fast, T. Pratt 
Toronto, West, IJoii. J. R. Robinson 
Victoria, N. R., J. H. Cameron, g c. 
Victoria, >S. Rtb'iig, A. McQuade 
W aterloo, N. K " . Kran t z 
Waterloo, S. UiiiUig, S. Mermer 
Wellnnd, C V/. Bunting 
Wellington, C. Riding, Dr Orton 
Wellington, N. R., G. A. Dre<v, q.c, 
Wcflington, S R , I). Guthrie, 
Wcntworth, North Riding, T. Bain 
Wentworth. 8. R., Joseph Ryraal 
York, Fast Riding, A. Uoultbec 
York, North Hiding, Dr. Strange 
York, West Riding, N. C Wallace 



PROVI^fCJi; OF MANITOBA. 



Lisgar, John 0. Shultz 
Marciuette, J. O. Ryan 



Provencher, J.'Dubuc 
Selkirk, D. A. Smith 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



Cariboo, Jl'S. Tliojnp^oa. 

New Westminster, J. C'unnihgfaam. 

Van Cbuver, Arthur Butister. 



Victoria, Rt ITon Sir John A. Mc- 
donald, k.c.B, AniorDe Cosmos. 
Yale, 



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Skat ov Qovkiinmkmt— HALIFAX. 



/Aeutennnt'Oovtmor, (and Dtp Ootemor forrifluiuff Mnrrvtfi« IAeenM$t, 
(SU.()0<))— His Honor the Honorable Auamii OMiKtiK AKmiitAbU, CM.U. 
Privatt StoreMty, Lt.-Col. U. VV. Clarke, N. S. M. 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

Hon. Simon Hugh Holn)(!ti,>i v.v., PiwincMl Secrttftrtf. 

John 8tMirow David 'HiompDon, M.r.P-. AWyrneu OtneraL 

Samuel C^rerlman, m.u.c., CinnW of Public lVorK4 and Jlinet. 

Natlianiel Whitwortb Wbitr, u.v.v. 

William IJotsfonl Troop, m.im*. 

Charlon James Towni«hend, m.p.p. ' 

Jamefl 8tunt'orth McDonald. M.i'.r. 

Hector Franciii McDougal), M.r r. 



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Prtsitlt'nt. . . .Hon Itobcrt Boak, Halifax. 

Hon Robert Molliiion Cutler < . , . (luyaborongh, 

William C Whitman Anuapolin, 

Freeman Tupper Livcrpnei, 

John McKinnon "^'itc •'•••Antif;oni»h,« 

'* Samuel Crcelnmn, MK.c, Cotn'rof Worl's antt jfihea . Stewiacke, 

" Daniel McN. Parker, »i.i» Halifax, 

'* Janies l*>aser ..J..\ Pictou, 

CharleR Dickie, 1'>q .Comw»}Ua, 

K. U. Cakes, Ksq ^,{ ...Diuby. 

A. MoN. (Tochrau. Exq .Maitland. 

Tliuma<< F. Morrisoa ^ « , . . . . Londonderry . 

Juine» Butler, Eho.. .Halifax, 

Koran K. Raker, hw] .,... .ikrniouth, 

Charles Boudrot, V..*^. -. i . . . . . .'. ....... AHihat, 

Charlefl M. Francheville E^q .. .GityslxMroiifk, 

John B. DivLie, K^q Tmro. 

David McCurdv, K.^q Iladil6ck,Cft. 

Hiram Black, Ksq Amherst, 

Jtinica S. McDonald, Ki«q . . ^, .t..H8lirax, 

Hugh Cameron. Esq., m.d , MaboH, G* B. 

I Clvrk, John C. Halliburton. CltnpUiin, Bcv OcQrg« W. Hill, A^W. 
' Gtnthman Uglier of the lUavk JM, ]{obert KomauH. 

*#*The Members of the Executive and L«Ki8la(iv« Conncilfl are .Tiintices of the 
Peace throughout the Province, so loag as they belong to either brauch. > 

— — — — • ''MJi. H »-K^.. 

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY: '» ' '" 

... ' ' • ! / 

Speaker. . . .Han K. T, Mosely. 

Annapoms County,... /Ami W B. Troop, m.r.c., and Caleb W. Shafnev. 
Amtiiuunisii. '* .t..//on John S. D. Thompson, M.K.C., Attorney Gent- 

., ■ era/, and Angus McGUUvray. 

CAPKBnETOM H; Vt,.Uon E. t'jlton Mosely, and, Hon Il^tqr F. 
, ". McDougal I, SI. B c. 



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C0I.CHESTKR CoONTY . 
ClTMRKRLAND " 
DlOBY 

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.Htm Chas. J. TowoHhend, M K.C.. K. Vickery. 

.Benitimi;! Van Blarcom and Heiirv M. Robicheau. 

.J W. Iladley and A. N. KkDoniifd. 

.William D. Hairington, John Pugli. 

.TiiosB 8n(iith'<liRd Nathaniel Spence. 

.D. J.Campfa^llVM.D.,«iiil Alex. (,^ainpb(>ll. 

. W. C. Bill aMd ilm JuiiMia 8. McDonerld, m. e. c 

. Kdward •JanDea.find Charles A. Smith. 

.H(m S. H. Ilnlmes, m.e.c, Provincial Secretary, 

Aleirt.vMcKav on'l AdiuiiC. Bell. 
.L. S. Ford and James C. Bartling. 
.Isidore L«Hlrtrw and Alex. McCnIflh. 
.Hon K.W. White. M.K.c, and Nehemiah McQray. 
.William F. McCurdy and John Morrison. 
.Albert Gayton and Joseph K. Kinne}'. 



Cterk, Henry C. D. Twining. 
John Fitzgerald. 



ChopUuH^ Rev Cauou Cochran. Messenger, 



PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OFFICERS. 

Frovinoiftl Socretiiry's OttLce. 

Promicinl Secretnn/, Hon 8. H. Holmo«, m.i».p. Depuhf Sec' if, John 
Goatley. Financial Clerk, Wiu R. Raynolf' ;. Mnrn'atfe License Clerk, 
Edwin C. Fairbanks. Pmoincial Cashiery W. E. Brine. Clerk, John 
E. Jeans. 

' Department of I'^^blic Works and Mines. 

Commissioner, Hon Samuel rrcclman, m.!..c. Dppntff Comm'r, John 
Kelly. Inspector of Mines, ^f\vi\n Gilpin, Jr. Clerh, C H. Cnrman. 
Deputy (jdd Comm'rs. — Montagu and Lawrencetoum, John Kelly ; 
Sherbrooke, William L. Pye. 

FroTinc^al Hospital for Insane. 

T7«/ors, tbe Governor, the Chicv Justice, the Provincial SecretAry, 
the President of the lieRisUtivc Conncil, the Speaker of the House of 
A^eembly, and. the heads or authorized representatives of nil christinn 
churches in the Province. Medical Superinle.ndetU, Alexander P. Rcid, 
ii.D. Aut Physician, George At Sinclair, m.d. 

Commissionera of Public Charities. 

The Commissioner of Public Works nnd Mini's, t!te Mnyor of Halifax, 
Dominick Farrell, William Dunbai, William Nesbit. 

Crown Ijand Department- 

Commisaianer of Crown Lauds, The Attorney General. Chief Cieyk, 
Jas H. Austen. Clerks, Edwd Morris, Matthias Cuppaidge. Depufy 
Surveyors — Annapotis, Hugh Kerr, Bernard Calnpck; Antigonish, Hugh 
McDonald and Alex McDonahl ; Cnpe Breton, David McKecn, H. 11. 
McKenzie, H. C. Burchell, P. W. Morgan ; Colchester, R. L, Byers, 
William Faulknei*, Williatn G Ousloy; Cuml)erlttnd, A. J.' Hill, 
Welwood McNah, jr. and A. Pugsley; iJigby, Anselm M Comeau; 
Quysboro', W. Hartshorno, C. T. Taylor audi I). W. Crockett ; Halifax, 
W. A. Hendry,' W. Andbrson, C. H. Fairbanks, J. li. Smith, E'. H. 
Keating, H. W. Andrews and M. McL Lcgan ; Hants, Jas McKenzie ; 



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Tnvermn, John Murphy, Jaraes W. McKenzie; Kingt, J. Lmrd, 
Hennigar Neily ; Lunenburtf, J. J. Thompson ; Pictou, Peter Ross, 
James Holmes, F. W. McKenzie; Queens^ John H. Harlow, {?. R. 
Freeman ; Richmond, John J. Robertson; Shelburne, James A. McKay; 
Victoria, A. McKay, Peter Rcss ; Ym-mot^h, P. L. Hatlield. 

Board of Agniculture. 

Pres/rfcnf, Colonel J. W. Laurie; Fice- President, D&yld MAtheeon ', 
Secretary and Treasurer, Professor Lawsun. The following- are the 
members: — Government Member, Hon Hector F. VfeDou(;all; District 
No. I, Halifax Countif, Colonel J. Wimburn I^Durie, Oaktield ; District 
No. 2, Kings, Annap<dis, Digbg, Charles F. Eaton, Esq, Comwallis ; 
District N». 3, Lunetihur<j, Queens, Shelburne, Yannoutli, Charles £. 
Brown, Yarmouth ; District No. 4, Hant*, Colchester, Cumberland, 
Israel Long: worth, Truro; District No. 5, Pictou, Antigonish, Guifsboro', 
David Matheson. Picton; District No. 6, Cape Breton, Richvfumd, 
Inverness, FitYorm, John R^ss, *';)nlardeiie. 

Communications for the Board are to be addressed to *' Professor 
Lawson, Dalhousie College. Halifax." 

Provincial Railway Engineer, Martin Murphy. 

Queen's Printer, Robert T. Murray. 

Chief Game Commissioner, Charles Sydney Ilarringtoo. 



PROVmCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK. 

Seat or Governmknt— FREDERICTON. 



Lieut.-Governor— {$9,000)— Uh Honor the Hon E. B. Chandler 
Private Secretary, Joehu^ Chandler, Ef*q , 

/*»'or. ^4ide-<fc-Ca«»/>, Lt.-Oot.' John Saunders 



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Hon R. Young, m.i^c, President of Cmmcil. Hon John James Frasfer, 
M.iM'., Attorney General. Hon Wm Wedderbuni M.r r., Prov. Seeretarjf 
and Receiver General. Hon Michael Adams, it.y.if.. Surveyor General, 
Hon v. A. Landrj', m. p. p., Chief Corn'r Board of iVorkft. Hon J. H. 
C«-awford, SoUci'tor Geneud. Hon. W. E. Perley, m.p.p., Hon D. L. 
Uanington, Jr., m.p.p. 



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President.... Hon Alex. McL. Seely. 



Hon William Hamilton 
Daniel Haiiington 
John Lewis 
Robert Young 
Thomas U. .lones 
Archibald Harrison 
John Flewwelling 
B. Beveridge 



Hon Owen McI 






nerny 
John A Beckwith, 
William Lindsay 
Francii) Hibbard 
Wm M. Kelly 
James Ryan 
liobert liobiusoiv 



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Clerk, Geo Botoford . Clerk Asnstnnt, J . H. Phair . Chaplain, Rev 
F. Alexander. U^er of the Black Rod, U.K. Jouett. 



LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 

iS7>ea£er. .. .^on K. B. Stevenson. 

AiiBERT CoUMTY . . . .Dr. Lewis, Gaiuit 8. Turner 
OAMLKTrtjj County. . .John S. Ijcighton, George W. White 
CHAUiiOTTB " ....George F. Uill, Hon B. K. Stevenson, J. E. Lynott, 

Thomas Oottrell 
. . . .r. J Uyan. Francis McManus 
. . . .Charles . I. Sayre, Urbain .Johnson. 
.... Him J. H. Crawford, Dr £. A. Vail, Finnemore E. 

Morton. 
....I.evi Theriault 
. . . ,Uon Michael Adams, Ernest Hutchinson, Thomas F. 

Giilisp:e, Allan A. Davidson 
. . . ."W. S. Butler, Francis Woods 
. . . .Cunard Barbarie, Thomas Kenny 
. . . .Hon. Wm Wedderburn, Kobert Marshall 

David McLellftn, William Elder, likiward Willis, 

Robert J. Ritchie 
.... Hon. Wm E. Perley, John S. Covert 
. . . .William B. Beveridpe 

Westmori/d Co Amasa E. Killam, Joseph L. Black, HonF. A. Lan- 

drv, Hon Daniel L. Hanington 
York " ... .Hon John J Eraser, George J. Colter 



Gloucester 
Kent 

KlMOS 

Madawaska 
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Hestigouche " 
St. John City 
St. John " 



SUNBURY 

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Clerk, George J. Bliss. Clerk Assistttnt, John Richards. 
Rev. Joseph MoLeod. Sergtaut-at-Arms, Harry Beokwith. 



Chaplain, 



PROVINCE OF PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 



Lieut. Goeemor,— ($7,000)— His Honor Hon T. H. Haviland. 
Private Secretary, £. Haviland. 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

President— Hon W. W. Sullivan. 



Bon S. Prouse, 
" J. (). Arsenanlt, 
" Jos. Whitman, 
" D. Gordon, 



Hon John Lefurcrev, 
" WmCajiipbell, 
*♦ Donald Ferguson, 
" NeilMcUod. 



C/erJb— W, C. DesBrisay. 



LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 

Prendent — Hon J. Balderston. 

Queen's Covvty.^' Chai'lottetoiim and Roynlty—T. W. T)odd. First 
Distnct — Hon John Balderston. Second Distitct—Hon R. Munn. 



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KrN«'8 CovsTY — f^'iist Diitiict—IloH S. Bulger. Second Distnct— 
Hon Josepli Wi|i;htiiiHri. 

PuiNcK CouNTV. — First DUtnct—Hon R. B, Reid. Second District— 
Hon Alex. Laird. 

Cit-rk, John Ball. Usher of the Black Bod, J. O. Scrimgeour. 



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;S/;eaX;e?-, Hon J. A. McDonald. 

queen's county. , . 

Charlottetoim—IM i Neil McLeod, G. W. DeBlois. 
First District— Hon P. Caiueron, Win Campbell. 
Second District — D. Farquharsoh. D. McKay. 
Third District— U.ShsLvr, — - McDonald. 
JTuuH/i />M<^c<—Jas Nicholson, Duncan Crawford. 

kino's county. . ! 

Georpetown — Hon D« Gordon, L. J. Westaway. 

ifHrtt Di^rict — Jas R. McLean, Laiighlin McDonald. 

Second Dirtn'rt—W. W. Sullivan, H. Mclsaac- ; 

Third District —3. E. McDonald, D. Ferguson. 

Fourf A' /)utricf—^.£fon« Sara nel Prow»e and Dr. RobertsoQ. 

FBINGE COUNTY. 

First District— ?.GM\ti,S.Y.Vtrry. 
Second District — Hon John Yeo, James W. Richards. 
Third District — J. Alex McDonald, J. O. Arsenault. 
Fourth District— A., E. C. Holland, G. W. Benilej'. 
Fifth District — Hon John Lefurgey, Angus McMillan. 

CA»e/ C?«r*— Arch McNeill ; Asst. Clerk— V.W. Hughes i Latb CUrk- 
A. A. Melxan] Sergeant-at-Arms — D.McKenzie. 



PUBLIC OFFICEllS. 

,:i :/■■!(. ■ 
Provincial Secretary and Treasurer — Hon Neil McF^od: Attorney 
General— Hon W. \V. Sullivan: Controller of Cftstwns—l). Currie, Esq; 
Commissioner of Crown and Public Lands — Hon Josepit Pop«); Begistrar of 
Deeds— is. Conroy, Ksq; Commissioner of Public IVorks—Ho.. Donald 
Ferguson; Postmaster — Hon A. A. McDonald; Queen's Printer ~V. K. 
Bowers, Esq; Suptof £k)iucatit>n^D Montgomery ; ^rothonotary and Clerk 
of the Crown — D. Hodgson, Esn; Judge of Probutt — Hon Charles Young; 
Legislative Librarian^ Dr L. C Jenkins. 



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PROVINCE OF QUEBEC. 



Sbat of Goveknment-QUEBEC CITY. 



Lieut. Corcrnor,— (10,000)— His Honor the Hon Iheodore Robitaille. 
Aiderdt-Camp, Capt Sheppard. 



HKMlVJIi A W^lllt, WlMltMUe WriiitgUlik, llfillfi|f« 



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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

Hon — — , Minister of Ar/ncuUnre ami Public W<n'l:»^ (Premier.) 

" — — I , Commi$$ioner of Crown LatuU. • 

" , Treasurer. 

" , Solicitor General. 



" — — , Attorney Gentrnt. 

" , Specdtef- Legislative Council. 

Clerky Felix Fortier. 



LEGISL. IVr COUNCIL. 

Speaker. . .ZTott ti. Starnes. 

Bon Jean Luuis Beaudiy «... .AlmA, 

" James Ferrier Victoria, 

** Job E. Prudhomme Rigaud, 

" Peter E. Dostaler ,t ..^ De Laoaudiere, 

" Henry Starnes De Salaberry, 

" W. H. Webb... » Wellington, 

" P. Boucher de La Bouete. ...;.. .' Rougemont, 

" P.E.Roy Sorei 

** Thomas Wood , Bedibrd, 

" J . 6 . Laviolette DeLorimier, 

" J. Hearn k ;.. Stadacona, 

" 'Hiomas Savage t • • • Qulf Division, 

" Elizee Dionne Grandtille, 

" E. Remillard.. Dela Durantaye, 

" Alexander C . de Lery Lauzon, 

" J. Gattdet « . Kennebec, 

" John Eli Gingra^..^.^...... The Laurentides, 

" Louis Panet. La Salle, 

'* J.J. Ross ...i. .Sliawinigan, 

" J. B. Geo Proulx J)e La Valliere, 

** Louis Archambeault Repentigny, 

" Felix H. Lemaire Milles-Isies, 

" George Bryson. ', Tnkennan, 

*' C. De Bouchefville, Montarville. 

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SuS. UAtt. 8ergeant-^-Arms,T. E. Roy. 



Argenteuil .. 

Bagot 

Beauce 

Beaiiharnoia. 
Bellechasse . 
Berth ier .... 
Bonaventure 

Brome 

Chambly. . . . 
Champlain . . 
Chateauguay 



LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 
Speaker. . . .Hon A. Turcotte. . 

Charlevoix .... J 
Chicontinii and 



...R. G. Meikle 
...N. Blais' 
. . .J. Poirier 
.. .C. Bergerin 
.. .F. Boutin 
...J.Robillanl 
. . . J. I. Tarte 
...W.W. Lynch 
...R. Prtfontaine 
..D. N. StCyr 
. .£. Laberge 



0. Gauthiert/tt La- 
roiiche 

Sangwcnay } W. E. Price 

Compton W. Sawyer 

Deux Montagnes.C P. Champagne 

Dorchester N. Audet 

Drumraondand J xv t vv-**- 

Arthabaska, j W.J. Watts 

Gaspe E. J. FIvnn 

Hocnelagft L. Beaull>ien 



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Iberville ., L. Molleur 

Jacques Carti^r.N. M. LeCavalier 



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0. A. K. Gagnon 
, L. B. A. Churlebois I 
O. Pelletier 
L. O. Loranj;er 



Joliettc 
Kamouraska . 
Laprairie. .... 
L'Aasoinption 

L4ival 

Levis 1<1 T. Paquet 

L'lslet J. H. Dupiiis 

Lotbinier<9 Hon H . G. Joly 

Maskinonge K. Caron 

Megantic Hon G. Irvine 

Missisquoi K> Racicot 

Montcahn .. . . .C. E. Iloiide 
MoDtmagny. . .'L. N. Fortin . 
Montmorency .C. Langclier 
Montreal, c.H. A. Nelson 
Montreal, k. . .L. O. Taillon 
Montreal, w.. .J. McSbane 
NapI'^Tville. . .L. D. Lafontatne, m.d. 

Nicolet C £. Houde 

Ottawa Co. ...L. Duhamel, m.d. 
Pontiac Boh L. R. Church 



Portnenf. II<m F. Langrlier 

n..«>i«„« -n S H. F. Kiiifret dit Ma- 
Quebec, c.j ,,,„j„ 

Q'lebec, e ^J. Shchvn 

Quebec, w. . . .A. II. Murphy 
Quebec Co. . . . Hon D. A. liuM 

^ wsr** * f '^°'''^"*' ^''"'"* 

Kichclicu M. Mathieu 

Kimouski //on Alex. Cliauveau 

Kouville 8. lierlrand 

StHyacinthe. .//or H. Mercier 

St Jean. ..... .//on F. G. Msrchand 

St Maurice, . . F. 8. L. Desauluiera 

Shefford J. L. Latoulaine 

Sherbrpoke.. . .//on J. G. Kobertson 

Soulangea W. Duckett 

Stanstead. . . . .H. Lowell 
Temi8couata...6. H. DMchenes 
Terrebonne. //on J A Chapleau, Q.o. 
Trois Rivieres. //on A. Turcotte 
Yaudreuil ....£. (^alonde 

Vercheres IL Larose 

Yamaska. J. S> C. Wartel^ 



C^rtj Louis DeLorme. Sergeant at Amu, 6. Larocqiie. 



PROVINCE OF ONTARIO. 



Seat of Governmknt— TORONTO. 



Lieutenant- Goveitior, — ($10,000) — His Honor the HonD. A. Macd6nald. 
Private Secretary and A. D. C, Capt Forsyth Grant. 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIT^ 

Hon O. Mowatt, Attorney General. 
" S. C . Wood , Commissioner of Agriculture and Secretary and Regisfi'ar, 
" C. F. Fraser, Comntissioner of Public Work$. 
" T. R. Pardee, Cominissioner of C'ro'im Lands. 
*' A. Crooks, Ministt.r (^'£d*$e«tioH. 
" A. S. Hardy, Treasurer. 



Clerk, J. G. Sco^t^ 



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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 

Sjjeaker, 



Addington H. M. Deroche, 

Algoma. R. A. Lyon, 

Brant, n. M J. Youiig, 



Brant, s. R. . . , .Pon A. S. Hardy, 
Brock ville.. . . .^on C. F. Fraser, 
Bruce, N. K Donald Sinclair, 



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Bruce, a . n //on R. M Wells, 

Cardwcll C R(»bin«on, 

Carleton G. W. Monck, 

Cornwall W. Mack, 

Dutterin J. ItaiT, M.n., 

Diindas Andrew Kroder, 

Durliain, r.r. . .John Kf)8cvenr, 
Durham, W.U....I. W. McLaughlin, 

Klgin, K.R J. Ca8c-adt>ii, 

Kigin, w. R T. M Navin, 

Rngex, E. R.,. . . .Lewin Wigle, 
E»9f X, N. R., . . . S. White, 

Frontenac D D. Calvin, 

Glengarry D. McMastcr, 

Gronville*, h k. .F. J. l-'rfnch. 

Grey, k.r D. Creigliton, 

Grey, E.R., A- W. Lauder, 

Grej', 8. R.,. ... .J H. Hunter, 
Hastingg, N....G. H. Koulton, 
Hastings, k.r. .N. S. Appleb}', 
Hastingfl, w r. .A. Robertson, 
Huron, S.R.... A. Bishop, 
Huron, r.r. . . .T. Gibson^ 

Huron, w A.M. Ross, 

Haldimand J . Baxter, 

Halton D. Robertson, 

Hamilton city.. J. M. Gibson, 
Kent, E. ii.,. . . .D. McCraney, 
Kent, w. R., . . .E. Robinson, 
Kingi^ton city. .J. H. Metcalfe, 
Lainbton, w. r. HanT. K. Pardee, 
Lamblou, b u.. .Peter Graham, 
I^nark, N.R ,.. .W. C. Caldwell, 
Lanark, 8 . r. . . . W. Lees. 

'G«Ui£;.°"'. !»•"-'«"- 

Leeds, 8. K W. Richardson, 

Lennox G. H. Hawlt-y, 

Lincoln S. Neelon, 

London city W. C. Meredith, 

Monck R. I larcourt, 

Middlesex, E.R. .R. Touley, 
Middlesex, n.r. .J. Waters, 



Middlesex, w.K.J. Watorworth, 

Mnskoka L C. Miller, 

NorlWk, N.R. . . .J U. Freeman, 
Norfolk, 8.U . . . W Morgan, 
Northu-iiberland, j J J, ^,^„^^ 

Northumberland, ' t ^ p:„i,i 
w.R :.. jJ-^-i'eici, 

Ontario, s.n Thomns IHixton, 

Ontario, 8 R. ...J. hrvden, 

Ottawa city P. KnRl^cr^'iWe, 

Oxford, N.R . . .Hon O. Mowatt, 

Oxford, 8 . H Hon A . Crooks, 

Peel K. Chisholm, 

Perth, N.R I). D. Hay, 

Perth, 8.K Thos Hallantyn©, 

Peteiboro', w. R. W. .Scov't, 
Peterboro', K.R. .T. Blez>ird, 

Prescott Dr. Harkin, 

Prince Edward. .G. Striker, 

HenfrewiNR M.Murray, 

Renfrew, 8. R. . . .8. Bontield, 

Russdf. J. Morgan, 

Simcoe, e » H. J Cook, 

Simcoe, w. r. . . .Thos Long, 
Simcoe, s. R. . . .W. J. Parkhill, 

Stormont J. Kerr, 

Toronto, East. ..Hon A. Morris, 



.Robert Hell, 
.S. S. Peck, 
.^oraS. C.Wood, 
.M. Springer, 
.J. Livingstone, 



Toronto, West., 
Victoria, N . R. . 
Victoria, 8-. K,. 
Waterloo, N.«.. 
Waterloo, 8. R. . 

Wdland D. Near, 

Wellington, s. R.J. Lawlor, 
Wellington, c.k. .C Clarke. 
Wellington, N.R.R.McKim, 
Wentworth, 8 R. .F. M. Carpenter, 
Wentworth,N.R..J. McMUhon, 

York, E. R G. W. Radgerow, 

York, w.R P Patterson. 

York, N.K Dr Widdelield. 



Clerk^ C . T . Gillmor. 8ergt-al-Arm$, S. Glackuiey«r. 



PROVINCE OF MANITOBA. 



Seat of Government— WINNIPEG. 



Lieutenant (7ower»io»',— <f9,000)— His Honor the Hon J. E Cauchon. 



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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 



JJon. J. Norqiiay, Treaturtr and Prer'.er. 
'• J. Royal, At ini$fer cf Public Works. 
" D. M. Walker, Attorney General 
" C. I*. Brown, Provincial Secretary. 



LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 



St. Paul's Dr. Curtis J. Bird, 

St. Vital. I. Umav, 

St. Clements... T. Howard, 

PortaKe La | j^ McKenzie 
Prairie j »>• wcivenzje, 

St. James £dwin Bourke, 

St. A. drew8, N..Jolin Gunn, 

8.. Ch„l.... [«•„„%"•''""'*■ 
St. Norbert, S . . lion V. Delorme, 
Baie St. Paul.. .F. Chenier. 
St. Boniface, ) lion. Marc Amable 
E. i Girard, 

Rockwood W. F. Luxton, 

Westboume. . . .C. P. Brown. 



Springflvid 

St. Andrews, S . 
St. Petera... . . 

St. Agatha 

I^ike Manitoba.. 

St. Ann's 

St. Norbert^ N... 
High Bluft'. . . 
St. Francois Xa- } 

vier, W j 

St. BonifUce, W. . 
Winnipeg and | 

St. John's.. . . J 

Poplar Point 

Rildonan 

Headingly 



W. R. Dick, 
I/on. J. N«>rquav. 
Captain Hovvii 
.A. F. Martin, 
.Angus McKay, 
,C. Nolin, 
.Joseph Lemay, 
Vr Cowan, 

Hon Joseph Royal 

/iTim M.A.Gil aid, 

Hon R. A. Davis, 

T. K. Cornish, 
John Sutherland, 
J. Taylor, 



Cierk, T. Spence. 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. 



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Xteu<.-6or.— (S8,000)— His Honor the /Ton ALnEKTNoKYONRiciiAHDs. 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

Hon G. A. Walkem, Comm'r of Lnnd» and Works, Atty. Genl, (Premier.) 
'* T. B. HiJttphreys, Provincial Secretary 
" R. Beav6B, Ministei' of Finnnc and Af/ricukitre. 

Clerk, J. y. Young. 



LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. 

Speaker.... ¥. W. Williams. 

Cariboo ..Hon G A . B . Walkem, G. Cowan, J. Evans. 

Comox John Asb. 

Ot)wichan W. Smithe. E. Pimbury. 

Eaquiinault F. W. WiUiams, H. Ilelgeseo. 

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Kooteuay K. T. Grlbraith, C. Oallagber. 

Lillooet W. Brown, W. Saul. 

Nanaiino J Ahrams. 

New Westminister Dist.D. McGillivray, W. Harris. 

Do. do. City.E. Brown. 

Victoria City IJ. Beaven, W. Wilson, J. Drummond, J. W. 

Williams. 

Do. District J. T. Mi-Ihiioyle, Hon T. B. Humphreys. 

Yale J. A. Mura, Hon. F. 6. Vernon, I\ Bennett. 

Clerk, J. It. Ilett. 



THE NORTH WEST TERRITORIES. 



Lieut Governor— Uis Honor the Hon David Laird, P.C, Battleford, N. W. T. 



yf^^ EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

Mathev#riii ttoA Hugh Richardson, Stipendinry Mapialrates^ AtewJters 
of Council, ( ex-officio ). Lieut Col .f. F McLeod, CM. a., Commitdoner oj 
Police, Pascal, I^rilleurd. Amedee Forget, Clerk of Council and Secretary 
to Lieut Govern- r. W. J. Scott, Registrar. 



PROVINCE OP KEEWATW. 



Lieutenant Governor— The Lieut Governor of Manitoba for the time being. 



Indian Agents— Cax^t Allan McDonald, M. G. Dickieson. 



PROVINCE OF NEWFOUNDLAND. 



Governor — Sir John Hawley Glover, K. C. M. C, 
Private Secretary — J. Morgan, Esq 



EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 



ffon W. V. Whitewav, Premier, 
• E D. Shea, 
" James J. Kogei-son, 
" W. J. S. Donnelly, 



Hon Stephen Rcndell, 
•* John Rorke, 
" James Winter. 



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'• l\'ttr () I'essicr, 
" lulwani While, 
•• Lobert Kent. 
" E. D. Shea, 



LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. 

Hon EdwnnJ Mofris, Prttidtnt. 

Hon W. J R, Ponnefly, 
*' 1^ iTt Tburburii, 
'• A Hurvev, 
'♦ Thomas tnn>ot, 
** 8ie|iU<!B Hendttl). 



HOU8K OF ASSEMBLY. 

Dhtrict of 5/ John's, Entt \{ J. 0'Mar», Kobert J. K«nt and Robert 
Jolin l'arj.'<)ii!-, jtinr, l'>qll^e^». 

Distnct <ifSf John's. Wtst — Lewis Te^^sier, Maurfce Fenelon and PatricTt 
G. Siott, KHquires. .♦ r^^^f x!~^ 

Digtfict of V^mci-pilon Bay, Simfhern /)lm»'«»^-- Joseph I. Little and 
Fatriok NowImh, Esquires. 

Di$lt'ict tf Pvt't'de-'Gravt-^'Sathan Noriran, Esq. 

Diitrict of Corhontnr-^o)M\ Korke, Ei*q. 

-/)t|/MC< (j/'fiai/rfp-Kt/t/*— Altred I'enny, Ecq. 

Diitiktof kltf-rylnnd—ltim&iGtxxe Conroy aivl PxiiklyJoseplvtiSreen, 
Enquires. 

Dtstflct of Pla'ttniia and Ft Marfi^s—/fon W. J. 9. l)oliclly, James 
Collins «nd Michael K. iJwyer Estfiiires 

District of It arbor Grfice—Charles Dawe, Esq, and //on Ambrose Shea. 

iJislrictof Trimly— Hon W. V. WliiteWMy, James U. Watson and John 

nendell^ Kstquires. 

Dittrict of 'Bonavistn— Francis WintoH, George SheUflti and James 
Saint, Esquiri s. . ,,, 

District of Burin— Hon James J. Kogerson and Jainea Winter, Enquires, 
District of Fortune Bity—Jn»,tiii O, Krazer, Esq. 
' D'ttfict of Burffeo and /,« /*(«7e— Alcxaiidef M. McKay, Esq. 1 )> 
District of Tw'iUingntt ami Foyo — Alex J. \V. McNeilley, Stanley Cnrier 
and '{iciiai d F. liice. Esquires. 

Actwg M'»at-erin Cb^wcery — Thomas J. Kough, Esq. 
Acting C/erA— Hugh Carter, Enq. 
UshtrofiheBhichRod'\\.Y.\\fi\\Ti'w,Yje^q. THO 



OFFICERS OF THE GOVERNMENT. 

Attornerj Otnerai—Uon Sv. V. Whitewat; Soli/^t^' Gtneral-^ 



Colonial Stnttarjf - Hon E. D. Shea; livceicer General— Hon .lames J. 
Rogerson; Financial Secretary— 3o\\n H.Warren, Esq; Auditor Gtntral^ 
Thomas Glen, Esq; Smtieyot' Otneral^Hon W J. S. Donellyj Aa$istatU 
CoUtctor of Ctutotns — James Haywood, Esq. 



. SUPREME COURT. 

CJiief Justice— Sir II. W. ffoyles Knight; Assistant Judges — Won .John 
Hay ward and Sir F. B T. Carter; Clerk of Court~ I'rescott Emerson, Esq ; 
SJiitriff—Uon TUouias Talbot. St. John'j Uistkict QoMwe— Judges — D. 
W. n-owse and Henry Renouf, Esqrs; CUrk of the Pence — R. K. Lilley, 
Esq Hakbor Grack Distkkjt Coukt — Jwfge — T. K. Bennett, Etq. 






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99 ORANVILLS STRUT, - HALIFAX. NOVA BCOTIA. 

ICaatt&oturinff Jtweller aad Silvtrsmith. 

And Importer of Flue Jewellery, Watchea, French, Ciirrlajro and Marble (Jlock», 

Htcrllnjc Silver and Fnectro-Plated Tablewiiro, China, Parian and othor 

Htatuar}', Hpootavlea, Field and Opora UIohsos, Themiotnettirs, &c. 

Mil. CORNELIUS would direct particular attention to the lartje rtock o( 

Walthain Watches, Spectacles and Eye-Glasscs, 

whieh ho h«* conntantly on haiHi. 

HSB^ The Manufacture of FINE JEWELLEIIY a siMJclalty of thin F^Ubllshnwnt. 

AIhs, Jewellc. y, WatcheH, Plate, Ac., Carefollj Bepalred. 

18 SO. 

THE CHEAPEST AND BEST PLACE TO OET 

Eats, Caps and Furs, Troi^, Winter dloves, 

aad Buffalo Eo'bes, 

Is AT T. E. EVERETT 6l CO., 

11A.TTERS cSfc FUR.RXERS. 

122 Granville Street, Hallfoac, M. S. 

Silk f latfl n»ado t<» oitler by Confonnatcur Measiire. 



C&EiaBTOXT & KAESBALL, 
STATIONERS, 

Paper Rulers and Blank Book Manufacturers. 

DEALERS IN ipvl',- .1 ...a-vmim,. 

Charts, NaTigration Books, Nantical Instruments, &c. 



ORDNANCE SQUARE, - HALIFAX, N. S. 

ktioiieer anil Ussion MerU, 

HEAD OF COMMERCIAL WHARF, HALIFAX. 

^ET* Censlgiiments df Apples aad ConatUr Frotfnoe aoliette^. 

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Calcnlaled for Halifax, Lat. 440 39' 20'^ N., ahd Long. 630 36' 40^' W. 

from Groenwich,— and for ordiiiarjr purpoiei will scrro, with 

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SIGNS OF THE PLANETS, STC. 



The Snn, 

or Tho Earth, 

8 New Moon, 
Full Moon, 
3) lirst Quarter, 
(£, Lost Quarter, 



Venu^, 
% Mars, 
S Jupiter, 
1; Saturn, 
^ H^rschol or Uranus. 

SIGNS OF THE ZODIAC. 



G».:»» (^ V Aries, head. 



signs 



^ » .u. Gemini, arms, 

Summer ( \ f ?'^''^J;.^'^'^^' 
Himis i '^ St Leo, hcnrt, 
»»g»»- ^ 6 1^ Virgo, bowels. 



A »»»»«» ( 7 tfti Libra, reim, 
IhrJs 1 8 "I Scorpio, H^t., 
•igns. f ^ ^ Sagituriua, thi. 

Winter ^ ^^ ^ Capricomus, kn. 
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2 K Pisces, ftet. 



CHRONOLOGICAL CYCLES FOR THE YEAR. 



Golden NunAixjr. 19 

Epnct......... 18 

Solar Cycle 13 



Dominical Letters ; . .D C 

Roman Indietion 8 

Julian Period 6ft93 



The year 5641 of the Jewish Era commences on September 6, 1880. 
Ramad&n (month of abstinence observed by the Turks) commences 

on August 7, 1880.;^ ,,i . .^..c ■/,::. 

The year 1298 of the Moluunmedan Era commence^ on December 4, 

188a 

EMBER DAYS. 
1. Wed., Frid. and Sat. after first Sunday in Lent— Feb. 18, 20, 21. 
2.^ Wednesday, Friday and Saturday after Pentecost— May 19, 21, 22. 

3. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday after 14th Sept.— Sept. 15, 17, 18. 

4. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday after 13th Dec.— Dec. 19, 17, 18. 

ROGATION DAYS. 
May 3, 4, 5. 



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Sift|ag«lian 8indi)f . . . .Jan. 

8«xiigci)iina SnnfU)' F«l. 

Qolnnaaff(*«iina-8hroy« 8«io. 

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A w— natoi» Dnr-^oiy Th on, 

PentMofet«>VUt Suntlwy . . , 18 

Trinity 8mMlay.., St 

Corfrim Christi 27 

First Sunday in Adrant — Kov. 2ft 



Other Fcaata, AaiiivaraariM^ &e., will b« found in Ca4«nd»r yages, 

BEGINNING OF THE BBASONg. w. 

Sun enters Vt ( Winter begins) December 22, 1879, nt OM. 

Sun enters T (Spring begins) March 20, 1880, at I M. 

Sun eniers 22 (Snromer Begina> Jane 20, 18W9, «r.. . . r, 10 A. 

Sun enters dk ( AatnoM) begins) September 22, 1880, at. ...... ^. . A. 

Sun enters Ifj ( Winlar begins) December 21^ IMO, at. . • ft M. 



MORNING AND EVENING PLANElW-rSSa 

\f Mkrcdry.— Jannary Ist Mercnry riaea Ih. 4Svft. before the Snn; 
continues a Morning Sta# lAtronghont tlia month, and after the 29lh 
Februfupy (when tt sets 6h. 48m. A.), will b* att Kfeaing Star iiDtn 
aboat the 20th March. It rises on the 9tb April 4h. 50m. M,, and 
until the beginning of May will be a Morning Star. On Idib Jane 
it seta about 50 aiuintes after sunset, and will be ai» Evenhig Star 
until about the 20th July. It rises an boav I)«fore sunrisa on tlie 
14th August, and continues a Morning Star until the second wa«k in 
Septcinbeir. It v« iH again be an Ereniug Star Ifonv the beginning of 
Octoiior until the middle of Npvambo*, and tbronghout Devemlior a 
Moriiiug Star. Mercury will be in conjtmction with the Sun Febrnary 
14, March 28, Juno 2, August 5, September 17, and November 23. 

9 Tknuh— continues a Morning Star until abo«t the lOth May; 
will be in conjunction with the Snn July 13, and from the- hit October, 
(when it sets a)>out 48 minutes after sunset), it will be an Evening 
Star. From the beginning of June until the end of September Venus 
will bo alK>ve the horizon the greater portion of the lime between 
sunrise and sunset. 

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% Maks. — In Jan nary and February Mars-wiff be above the horizon 

from 8 to 11 hours after Hunset, and until the end of August will be 

an Evening Star. It will be in conjnncticm with the Sou Octobes 25, 

and a Morning Star after November 20. 

^ Jupiter — will be air Evening Star until tie beginning of March, 
and on the 15th in conjunction wHh the Sun. From the middle of 



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April it will be t Morpii^g Star until Uie 5th Qctolier, (wheu it m«|)m 
llh. 56in. A), and after that an JESvening Star It will bo above the 
horisoo the greater portion of each u^ht from the beginning qI 
AllfifUSt t9 thf».J^l4,^| ^W^ '.. .; .,. ;, .4 

1} SATfTRir.— On the Jnt January Satom eoutlM t^h. 6Am. A** and 
HetH at luidiii^'ht—continnin^r an Kvouih^; Star until about the end of 
Mafdi. It will lie in conjnfi<i;ion with the Shn on the 8th April; a 
Morninir Star from the boj^innin^^ of May until aliont the middle of 
OctoW, and then an KvenliiR Star for the rent of the year. Fro^ 
8eptoml)or to Decemlwr Saturn will l>e the longeet time abore the 
horixon'hetwven flttnuet and nnrly tnomtn^.' '< '<" 'I »" >'.«'.k.' 

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lu %\}fi yfar UBpjth^re^wiU b« four Bdipfei of Um Sua ai^d two of 
the Ifuoo. '<\>ni'tif,X hivn .(^..'v^'^la*n»> t" W ^#»'*'fV ■ r' 

I.«-A total \£:clipHe of, th* Soq^ J.mWU>Iu>l«i.iS80, iavlfiUfB at 

Halifax. UI .^^^*■i ..ill .■ i M IK 4jit^ 

^gins oil' the Earth January il,|h 46in- A„ H'W^ Time at.! 

in longitude 1 53° 44' K. of Greenwich, and Latitude 4 
Central Eclipse begins 4h. 49m. A., 

in Longitude 1 42° 20''Bl; )ih4 LitiiUdifr t . 1 50 1 8^ M. 

Central Eclipse at Noon, 6h. 34m. A., 

in Ldh^rtde »0^ ^'W., arid Latitude ** "* ' ^^^ * " ' IQO W N. 
Central Eclipflee»dfli7h.<5(hnwAi^ lor; ' .. 1 .i^.; 

JaLon»t«ael9»f 47/,W^#,id^itude ...i ..^i,.,,, .4l<»4l'N. 
Ends on the Earth 8h. 53m. A., 

in Longitude 1 1 8° 56' W., and Latitude ^\*>YI> N. 

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II -rA Total BoUpae ofiithe.Mora, JuneuM, 1680, inrisibfo at 
Halifax. Begina 7h. 4m. M. Laat Phaae Oh. 8m. A., Mean Time 

at Hi^ifMC \K-f\tUii\vn\'M'' (fri^vjisrinl* •>'nflJ*uf>r»dj — MiiVimV- ' 

III. — An Annular Eclipee of the Sim, July t, 1880, invisible at 
Halifax. ti.'-; I'^i m,>ii w'^si-ih *»-'.♦«•' ^'^—J^.^.•o^| A J> 

Begins on the Earth, July' f^Um^hi. il^. M.,' Meab Titn6 aC Halifax, 

in L«n)tittlde 59o 37' W. of Greehwidc, and Latitude ^ t9« 47 8. 
Central Eclipse begins 8fa. 17m. M., 

in Longitude 64° 55' W., and Latitude Sl° 51' 8. 

Central EcHpee at N^n, 9h tOm. M., 

in Longitude 22° 28' W., and Latitude 6t° SO' 8. 

Central Eclipse ends 9h. 35m. M., 

in Longitude 8° WK W., and Latitdde- - 66° 34' 8. 

Ends on the Earth, 11 Ji.23nb4M., 7 

in Longitude 1S° 44' £., and Latitude 44^ 43' S. 



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Hr;^A Phtcial Eclipse of the Soil, December 1, 1880, invisible at 

HaliftlX. •' ym.r. .'d sr. ..-. . -• ■'■ : 

^^ns on the Earth, December 1 , 1 Oh. SOm. A., Mean Time at Halifax, 
in Longitude 13^ IT W. of Greenwich, and Latitude 65o I' S. 

Greatest Eclipse lOh. 57m. A., Mag. (Sun's diam. =» 1) 0040, 

in Longitude 4^° 48' W. of Greenwich, and Latitude 67o 56^ S. 

Ends on the Earth nh. SSm. A., 

ifi Longitude 74<> 18' W., and Latitude 67o 10' S. 

y.T-A Total Eclipse pf l^e Meon, December 16, 1880, invisible at 
BaJifax. 

First contact with the Penumbra, Dec. 16, 8h. 17m. M. > Mean Time 
Middle of the Eclipse, lib. 24m. M. > at 

Last contact with the Fenumbra, . 2h. 32m. A. ) Halifax. 

VL— A Partial Eclipse of the @un, December 31, 1880, visible at 
Halifax. 

Begiiis on the Earth, Dec. SI, 1 880, 7h. 46m. M., Mean Time at Halifax, 
in Lougitude 71^ 44' W. of Greenwich, and Latitude 9i° 31' N. 

Greatest Eclipse, 9h. SOm. M., Mae. (Sun's diam. == i) 0*712, 
' ilj Longitti^e 49^ 29/ W., and Latitude 65^ 8'N. 

Ends on the Earth 1 Ih. 14m. M., 

in Longitude 5o Ml E., and Latitude , , ..^w^r . ^o 11' I^. 

Betffta^ Haliftw^ il^ut 8h. 25m. M. ^ , * '■" :' ^ / 

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, Apkdio^ — that part of a planet^s oih\^Jar*^>emi itom the Si|ll«j ni 
Perihelion — that part of a planet's oriut nmrewt the Sun. ''■■'■'^ >» , «. 
f/tm^ton— angular distance of a phinet from the Snn, as seen from 

the-Eart^.. ^.^^ytwryh.- ■ -iW// 

Penumbra — a partial shadow resulting from the aiminished lid^ of 

the wtB lb the earth oar.mooo, daring a soiac er Ivnarieclipse, a^pearmg 

aapartiaL '■'': 
Declination — the dbtance of a heavenly body from the equinoctial line. 
Ediptic — the plane of the earth's cwrbit nearest the sun. 

C Apogee — greatest distance from the earth. 

.^ I*^i;Cl Quadrature, ^^ Qppf»ition. rf Coi^nnction. ; 
^ Ascending node. ^ Descending node. -i-^i U-i 

The letters M. A., m. a., denote montiwf and ctftentcfon; h. m. s., 
hourilminiUes tind seconds. - • lu, . // '^ , n, 

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tk# >l4n>4)0^|nfli<»n Ibr Hiin|ht4-1iecn ItimMt 

Fbt Aim orMiB ' Mo«iT.~Th« t it iiiMrt*! after 
top of (he left liand jpitge ol each jnoiith»,whie|^ the Mqo«.ch»itge» 
UKLOvr the herizoa. ,»,..• 1 ,1 

For mK lsnoth or the dat. — Add 12 noun to the time of the; 
S«H*8 setting, and from th^ siim suMriiii^i; tJjfi^iM of rising. 

For raffs cbnoth or kmk viohv.— Sahlract the tiiperof Son's 
fHHU^^ froin 12 hfGprs,j«d to the remainder add tLo iime of i:isin^ nej^t 

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Tlie folloimig Ta^Me 4('<fi)e «eni1t of many ]r«ark' aeCaal observatibiii) is 
aserifaed to Dr. Herwiiel. Ik i» ooaatrveted npdn a doe eonsidiMratkita of 
the attractioti ef tbelBan and Moor in their several potitfoni respecting 
4ie BarA, and serres 4o«how wiMt kiad of wsather will most prohably 
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1)6 ihe weather duriag the-^sRcceeding week; the nearer noon anwot 
those «h»nge6 happen, the more foul and wet will be the' weatketf that 
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IwArAed the Onljr Medal ^reil at tlie CentenMlal Exhi- 
bttioB for Cottoii, Yfnis off Canadian Manafactnre* 

nbs. 6'8 to iO'sii 

WHITE, BLUE, RED', ORANGE, AND GREEN. 

Mmitb of Good Asimrioaa dotton, with groat care, eotnttly 
■umbered, and warranted ftOl Length and Welgkt.'' 

WE would ask the purchasers oi Cotton Warp to re- 
memher that our Yam is spun on Throstle Frames, 
which make a stroifgi^ ja^yn j^|Eug['",tLa;^ng Frames, used in 
making American yarn. 

It is also better twisted and < more earefully reeled ; efich 
hank being tied up in 7 leas^pf 120 yards each. This m^kes 
it m^ch move.easy Vo wind than when it i& puj^ iUp withoi^i 
leas — as the Amenoauu is— -and al30 saves a great deal of waste. 

Those acquainted ivjith weaving will undei^tand the ^[leal; 
advantage it is to them to use yarn put up in this manner. 




Utad^ of No. 10 Yarn, 4^Pfy Twined. 

Each Ii lb. bundle contains 10,000 yards in lengtli, and 
will make; ^'le^gth of Carpiet i« propovtio(a .toi the •number of 
ends Iql width. , 

We JiMve put more twiiit Itttb this Warp than it formerly 
had, and it.wiU now n^ake a nsore'diK'abte Cnrf^et t^an can 
be made wit]^ jlny other material. Since its rutroduction by 
us, a few yviars ago, it has como into very general use 
throughout the cduntry. ■■ \ 

All onv |:oods have t;mr liai^ta and address upon them. 

WM. PARKS & SON, 

New Brunswick Cation Mills, 

ST. JOHISr. N. B. 



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In various widtiis and qtia^itios. ^ 

This Cotton will be found quite equal to American in 
appearance, and, owing to the yarn being harder twidled, it 
will prove much' more durable. 

, It is made with the smallest possible quantity of sizing, 
and is consequently very much superior to any Engli^ 
Cotton imported. 

Our Grey Cotton has our Stamp upon it. , 

BEAM WARPS FOR WOOLLEN MILLS. 

Any width and any nnmbor of yam. 

Single or Doubled and Twisted. 

White and Coloured* 
W/VRBANTED TO WEAVE WELL 

Our goods are sold by us to the Wholesale Trade only, 
from whom Country Merchants and Consumers can always 
obtain them by asking si)ecially tor them. 



WM. PARKS & SON, 

Hew Brunswick Cotton Ms, 



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9 1 M. 
9 1 M. 
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7 30 A. 
7 17 A. 
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3 32 A. 
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F. 


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SU. 


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M. 


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Tu. 


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W. 


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Th. 


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su. 


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su 


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Tu. 


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W. 


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Th. 


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F. 


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U 51 


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21 4 


8 25 


8 5 


A. 49 


5 33 


16 61 


8 48 


8 86 


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6 60 


11 46 


9 11 


9 3 


8 32 


8 I 


6 16 


9 33 


9 86 


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9 54 


9 48 


4 3 


10 18 


N461 


10 14 


10 9 


4 46 


11 23 


9 69 


10 34 


10 33 


5 30 


morn 


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IQ 63' 


10 59 


6 14 


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II 11 


U 88 


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I 19 


2L 46 


11 28 


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85 11 


12 1 


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9 29 


4 88 


25 13 


12 16 


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111 10 


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21 46 


12 43 


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11 59 


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18 84 


18 56 


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January.— We are now entering u)K>n a n«w phase of Asfrioulture in this Pro- 
vince. It i8 necessary to do so to enable ua to keep our place in the march of 
civilization. The suiall farmer must cultivate Uis nelds like a garden, ^and the 
richer iiMin rau«t run a loftijer and deep«r furrow, if the advantai^os o' the new 
method are tu b» availed of. More capital and tnnni| knowledge and Kkill are 
n^qnirid t)0 our lariiia. The niiUWffeineiit of them -ftiUAt'. be uharacteriKcd by 
greatef encrfry and perseverance o<nnDineJ with economy, and by ))rudcnco com- 
mensurate With the incieascd value of the atako. Our A)muil Exbibitlon.s are tl^c 
index fik)!'^ ^^^^^ iadiciitoto us, year by year, the gcuernl progroaa that ia bofaig 
made. It ii obvious from these, and from tne jniprovtnnjntH vi,itbn> cki farina 
throughout the ooantry, that we are rapidly making tip our lee \v«.y, and that 

Phf/sicianii reconvneiul Robinson's Plio9j>horized Emulsion of Cod Liver 
OU with Lacto- Phosphate of Lime. For 9ale hy Druggists. 



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ClrtiiniciMon. Fir»t Lof;. Hossion In 

JP I'mes nil. 58m. M. [Newfld., IS.'ifl. 

Oen. PMm'fi insurrection in Hpain, '66 

2(1 8. after Chris. 9 gr. Ilel. Lftt. N. 

Low tides. 9i'i<*6)* 4h. 9ni. morning. 

Epiphany, ^sots 3h. 6m. morning. 

Battle of Hoclvheim, 1793. 

9 6(L % «®t8 9h. 4m. nfternoon. 

NafK)Teon III died, 1873. 

{^ rf (L 1? sots 11 h. 27m. afternoon. 

Ist 8a. aftir Kpiphany. ©eclipsed. 

9int5 High tides. 

EdwaAl II dethroned, 1327. 

Dr. Halley die<l, 1742. 

11 6 (L I^ength of the day, 9h. 3m. 

Battle of Cornnna, 1809. 

h <J (C ^ "ses 6h. 38m. mot'ning. 

2nd Sau. after Epiphany. Frisca. 

Jjom tides. 9 i^i'^" ^h- ^ '">' morn. 

^ d C ^(^ets 2h. 33m. morning. 

Australia ooloni/.ed, 1788. 

8t. Vincent. ^ in Aphelion. 

Duke of Edinburgh married, 187-*. 

Firat protestaut public wornhip in 

SepttiAffetiima 8un. [Madrid, 1869. 

RoMrt Bums born, 1759. 

High ydet. Len. of night 14h. SOm. 

Hoik S. a W. Airchlbald died, 1840. 



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30 Mr. Peabody invested £100,000 for 

31 [tKie poor in London, 1866 



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11 7 


1 18 


2 33 


11 47 


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3 13 


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2 43 


3 58 


1 23 


3 34 


4 49 


2 21 


4 3fi 


5 47 


3 38 


5 49 


7 4 


4 56 


7 7 


8 22 


6 11 


8 2S 


9 37 


7 11 


9 29 


lU .37 


8 5 


10 16 


11 31 


8 51 


11 2 


mom 


9 38 


11 49 


17 


10 19 


morn 


I 4 


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I 45 


11 .34 


1 9 


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morn 


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14 


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3 40 


53 


3 4 


4 19 


1 41 


3 52 


5 7 


2 40 


4 51 


6 6 


4 4 


6 1ft 


7 30 


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7 33 


8 48 


6 28 


8 39 


9 54 


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9 27 


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Nova Scotia will soon win a (rout place 08 an Ai^ricuHural Country. Such belnjf 
tbfi cam, it ia decined advioable this year so to modify theao monthly foot notos in 
tlie Almanac, that whilst thoy may serve to remiitu our agriculturttl readers, as 
fonnerly, of tho monthly worl( to oe done on the farm, they may also serve as a 
hrief exposition of the loadinK principles upon which our advancpd scientiflc 
farming Is foimdod. Tho prudent faniior will this month "take stock" in tho 
manner descrijbnd in Inst year's Alnmuack, so us to show his expenditure and 
income and profits on the past year't^ oj^rations. It is u mistake to 8upiK)8e that 
scientiftc farming; dculs only with tho principles of physics and chemmry and 
|>hysiolo^ ; it is founded essentially on the commercial princi)>Ie of profit and 
loss, and this principle is the test to l>e a])plied to determine its success or failure 

Laxative F.Tuit Troches/ the New, Pleasant and Efficient Remedy for 
Bilioufneu, Oostivenets. Sainple Boxes 26 ct». J. H. Mobinson, St. John. 



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FEHHUAttY b(\^l^8 on SUNDAY. [1880 



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n 36 A. 


2 17 A. 


^ Fim Ouarur, 17 11 31 A. 
O Full Moon, 2& 9 7 A. 


10 


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6 91 A. 


1 65 A. 


17 


9 44 M. 


7 A. 


1 34 A. 


CIV. 6d. cApo.isa. 


24 


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5 »4 A. 


1 12 A. 



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7 82 
7 91 
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7 18 
7 17 
7 16 
7 14 
7 13 
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6 56 
6 55 
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6 50 
6 48 
6 48 
8 45 
6 43 
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5 11 
5 12 
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5 15 
5 16 
5 18 
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5 20 
5 22 
5 23 
5 25 
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5 27 
5 29 
5 30 
5 39 
5 33 
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5 36 
5 37 
5 38 
5 40 
5 41 
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16 54 

16 36 

16 18 

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15 24 

15 5 

14 46 

14 26 

14 7 

13 47 

13 27 

13 7 

12 46 

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11 44 

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10 18 

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14 17 
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14 16 
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13 46 
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Try HMlTirS PRMII^lTlN TONIC, Hii excellent mipetliier. 

in every cue. Now Is a tgood time to schemo your work for the oomlnir eeason : 
mako up your orders for artificial ir.aiiurvs and implements and seeds, and 
generally forestall the openiii^f of sprini; so as to bo roady for it. We must still 
wrait a few months for field work, wait imtiontly but not idlv. Push on the 
fattening of cattio, fed off waste {[rain and roots that are likoiy to spoil in the 
cellar. Piuk over all roots and veiretables, and jfivo air to prevent moulding, 
which is apt to ooctir from the moisture and high temperature which cannot be gut 
rid of enMrely ttll the severe freezing weather comes on. 

FBBRrAKT.— February is the trying month for cattle, and most of the animals 
that pine and die in the spring months have really been sacrificed long before. 
Peed well at this season, not ovennuch, but Judlcioiwly. Calves and young stock 
will "ot tiitivG on drj* hay a! jne ; thoy roquiro the hay to be cut and mixed with 



For Kidncxi Complaiuta, try LAXATIVE FRUIT TROCHES. 
Sample Boxes 25 ct^. Prtpared by J. II. ROBINSON, St. John, N. B. 



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Ltmtn. Pom. N»Ua, BUMtlo, 

wlhoBTnnmA, *o. 

FOR «AI,R AT 

LOWEST M/IUKKT PRICKS, 

At Fordham'a Leather Store, 

106 IJPPEB WITKB NT. 



f<Axai;ftNiina Sunday. 

Pnrif. B. V. Marj . 

liO>v tides. ^ iK)tR 7h. .'^Im. aftn. 

CoomnMio capturod bv liritish, 1874. 

St. Agatha. l^Motii 9h. .^5ni. aftii. 

Gaudaloupe dur. to JiritiHh, 1810. 

9 d C I^iiRth of the dav 9h. 57in. 

Quiuqua^oHiiiia — 81irove Hnuday. 

Canada coded to (Jr. Br., 1763. 

^ 6(i High tidofl. 

M\\ Wednesday. 9 rises fth. 9Tn. M . 

)i greatest Hel. Lat. 8. 116(1 

Knglish Revolution, 1686. 

St. Valentino, ^i 6 (i 5 sup. (5© 

Quad ragesima>— 1st Sun. in Lent. 

Lindley Murray died, 1826. 

Battle o£ IToutainblcau, 1814. 

Ember Day. % 6 (L Very 1. tides. 

Bernard Barton died, 1849. 

Emiier Day. % nets 1 h. 39m. morn. 

Ember Day. % sets 7h. Im. aftn. 

2nd Suuda}' in Loot. 

^ a© 1^ sets 8h. 53m. afternoon. 

8t. Matthias, Ap. 

¥ <?© Length of night 13h. 8m. 

High tides. J""*'" 5h. 16m. M. 

Longfellow, Am. poet, born, 1807. 

^6% Length of day lOh. 59m. 

3rd Sunday in Lent. 9 in^ 



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inoAl, cnished i^rrain. or mill stuff of sonic sort. All animals at this season should 
have roots, usfH-oially youiijf stock. If fo<l viitirely on dry feed their first H(r>niach 
will be so dlstondod that thoy will lose all shaf)C, and never afterwards be prusont- 
ablo in the exhibition rin^. More serious results than this follow, for when siiring 
time cornea the animals will bo sure to aoour, i;et thin, and possibly die. Ig- 
norant farmers wonder why so many animals die. Intelligent farmers nre as apt 
to wonder why so many live. Let us enquire briefly into the ratitinaU of feeding;. 
All the food of animals oonsisis of several bodies having distinct properties, and 
it is to the relative ))roportions of these that different food materials owe their 
difforonoes In feeding value. Hay, besides woody matter which is nearly useless, 
contains starch, sugar, gum, oil; these are non-nitrogenmts ; and maintain the 
warmth of the iKKly and prodtjoe fat. It also contains albuminotis bodies, which 
are nitrogenotm ; these repair waste and afford material for the growth of the flesh. 

Rohintion'H PhofphoHzed Eimdiion of Cod Liver Oil with Lacto-Phot- 
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Hay, grain, straw, roots, vegetabloa, all contain these fat-f jrmora and flesh-formers : 
if we wish to produce f.vt on an animal we feed Indian corn or some other food rich 
in fat-fonners ; if the object is to produce flesh, on the other hand, wo feed oats or 
wheat rich in ilesh-forniers. For milic, the be^t of all food is Kreen grass, or in 
winter thne, hay, well made from young grass, supplemented by succulent roots 
such as mangels. 

March.— It is too early to commence flold operations beyond the carting out of 
manure and preparing and placing stuff for fencing, but a good doiil of work may 
now be done in the garden. This is Iiot-bad month, and how to make a hot-bed is 
a secret worth knowing. Select a sheltered spot, protected from animals, lying to 

LAXATIVE FRUIT TBOOHES promote Digestion : enter into the 
circulation and purify tlie Blood from joul humors. 



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^ in^. I2 sets 8h. 27in. af tornoou. 
Low tides. LeDgth of day llh. Sm. 
First U. S. Coug. at N. York, 1789. 
Coveiit Gar. Theatre burut, 1856. 
^in I'erihelion. 
4th Sunday in Lent. 

9 d C 9 *^''*®s '^J'* ^ ^^- morning. 
Halifax Harbor frozen over, 1833. 
Maz/ini died, 1872. High tides. 
Sir Jas. Outram died, 1 863. 116 d 
J^ d <C I J? gr- olong. E. 

h 6 (L %sets Ih. 9m. morning. 
5th Sunday in Lent, 
^d© 5 ots 7h. 38m. afternoon. 
DuchesA of Kent died, 1861. 
St.Tatrick. ^gr. H. Lat.N. % 6 (L 
^ stationary. Low tides. 
Great lire at Port an Prince, 18G6. 
© enters 'V, Spring commences. 
Piilm Sunday. Benedict. [1852. 

Sir John Harvey, Lt.-Gov. N. S. died. 
Treaty bet. U. S. and Japan, 1854. 
Qu. Elizabeth died, 1603. 
Annunciation — Lady Day. 
Good Friday. High tides. 
Paris in pos. communists, 1871. 
Easter SuNi^AY. ^inf. (^© 
Easter Monday. Length of tne night 
Easter Tuesday. [lib. 28m. 

Slave trade abol. by Br. Pari., 1807 



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the 8UI1, and not far frum a woll or water butt. Build on this space a iieatt pile of 
manure, o.t ruch a size that when the frame is put on top, there will be a clear foot 
of manure outside all around. Cow manure W4II not heat at this season. Horse 
dunfc will n<tt heat at this season, unless the animal baa been fed upon oat« or 
some kmd of grain. Keopin$r these facts in view you can select your maniue, or 
make such a mixture as will give the decree of heat required. Spread over the 
manure, inside the frame, about four or live inches of very line soil ; this shouid 
have been prepared in the fail, and kept dry under cover all winter,— otherwise it 
is likely now to lie a hard frozen mass. The gla=3 sashes are then to be ]>ut on and 
kept close till the hot bed heats; the steam and heat will start the seeds of weeds, 
which u\ay bo allowed t3 grow. Air is then given, and when the heat modifies, 

LAXATIVE FRUIT TROCHES atimulate the Kidneps to healthy 
action. Sample Boxes 25 cts. Frepai'ed by J. H. Robinson, St. John, 



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weed and rake the Hurface and sow your sprinar seeds, — cauliflowers, cabbajjoa, 
celery, tonatces, &c., for the kitchen garden; and stocks, verbenas, fjetunitis, 
asters, balsams, and such like annuals, for flower-garden ornament. The seeds 
will bear u (food deal ot' heat before Lhey emerge from the soil, but as soon as the 
first leaves begin to api>ear the frune must be aired daily, taking care to avoid 
cold draughts. 

ApriI/.— This Is the mon^.h when the cultivation of tho soil actually begins ; the 
o]>eration8 of j/loughng, harrowing, rollinf.', j.ianting, cultivating, have ni>w to be 
attended to as the oeasun adrances and «8 the weather may permit. The theory 
of cultivation of the soil may well claim more than a passing reflection from the 
intelligent farmer. All soils consist of a inixti've of clay and sand, the clay holds 

At this season of the year the sj/stcm should be relieved from all accumu- 
lations of effete matter, and a thorough purification of the Blood be obtained 



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10 50 


16 


Volunteer system inst'd in N. S.,1860. 


11 49 


1 20. 


2 35 


11 30 


17 


Low tides, {prises 4h. 31m. morn. 


morn 


2 0. 


3 15 


morn 


C 


3rd Sunday after Easter. 5 d 3/ 


ns 


2 49 


4 4 


6 19 


19 


\f in Aphelion. 


1 40 


3 51 


H 6 


1 21 


20 


Napoleon III born, 1808. 


2 58 


5 9 


6 2f4 


i 39 


21 


Bishop Heber bom, 1783. 


4 18 


6 29 


7 34 


3 5d 


22 


Wordsworth died, 1850. 


5 20 


7 31 


8 46 


9 I 


2» St. Ggoroe. Length of day t3h.44m. 


6 io 


8 21 


9 36 


5 51 


24 


High tides. ^seCs Oh. Um. morn. 
4th Sun. af Eas. St. Mark, Evan. 


6 52 


9 3 


10 18 


6 3d 


C 


7 33 


9 44 


ID 59 


,7 U 


26 


9 gr. Hel . Lat. S. [ ^ gr. elong. W. 
Battle of York, Toronto capt'd, 18V3. 


8 15 


10 26, 


11 41 


156 


27 


8 59 


'h to. 


A. 25 


8 40 


28 


Invas. rVtn. by Gen. LViaiborn, 1814. 


9 45 


'U 66. 


1 11 


d 2(i 


29 


Peace with Bnssi^, 1856. 


10 34 


A. 45 .' 


2 


10 15 


30 


Washington first P^ert. U. S. 1789. 


U 25 


1 36 


2 5l 


11 6 



An exccllevtSprlBC lliedlf;ia«--6Biltta*t8anii|Mirllllan Wloed T*nlr 

water, the aand allows it to Alter through. When tbe-clay is in MPew we have 
a clayey soil, when sand is in excess we have !a sandy sotl, and when both are equal 
we have a Loam, which ia best of all for grflnaral purpoaea. There are other sub- 
stances, which form but a very small proportion of the soil, but ore essential for 
its fertility. The principal ones are (1) phosphoric acid, (2) potadi, and (3) 
ammonia. Those are removed in gi^ater or less quantity by every crop, and, 
when tliey arc taken out, the soil, whether clayeS', sandy, or loamy OMomes 
barren. To keep up fertility they must be restored. In stable manure we restore 
all three to the soil. The first may be restored in the form of bone dust or supcr- 
])hosuhate of lime ; these are special manures for turnips and pn^ius, which take 
up a lartfc quantity of phosphoric acid. Tlie seoond ii <jrredient of tne soil, potash, 
often exists in an insoluble form, and is set free by processes of cultivation, 

by the tiinely use of LAXATIVE FRUIT TROCHES. Prepared by 
J. H. Robinson, Saint John, If^ B. 



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M. 


4 51 


7 2 


15 52 


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Tu. 


4 50 


7 4 


16 9 


3 23 


W. 


4 48 


7 5 


16 36 


3 28 


Th. 


4 47 


7 6 


16 43 


3 33 


F. 


4 46 


7 7 


16 59 


3 37 


Sa. 


4 44 


7 8 


17 16 


3 41 


SU. 


4 43 


7 9 


17 32 


3 44 


M. 


4 42 


7 10 


17 47 


3 46 


Tu. 


4 41 


7 11 


18 3 


3 48 


W. 


4 39 


7 13 


18 18 


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Th. 


4 38 


7 14 


18 33 


3 49 


F. 


4 37 


7 15 


18 47 


3 50 


8a. 


4 36 


7 17 


19 1 


3 49 


SU. 


4 35 


7 18 


19 15 


3 48 


M. 


4 34 


7 19 


19 28 


3 46 


Tu. 


4 33 


7 20 


19 41 


3 44 


W. 


4 32 


7 21 


19 54 


3 42 


Th. 


4 31 


7 22 


20 7 


3 39 


F. 


4 30 


7 23 


20 19 


3 35 


Su. 


4 29 


7 24 


20 31 


3 31 


bU. 


4 28 


7 25 


2.) 42 


3 26 


M. 


4 27 


7 26 


20 53 


3 81 


Tu. 


4 27 


7 87 


,81 4 


3 15 


w. 


4 26 


7 ^8 


81 14 


3 9 


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4 25 


7 29 


21 24 


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7 30 


21 34 


8 55 


Sa. 


4 24 


7 31 


21 43 


2 47 


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7 32 


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liming, and exjxwuro to the n;etion of the atmosphere ; it may bo added in the fai*ni 
of plant nshes or kaiiiit, a putash-^oda mineral imported fri,)m Qcrmaiiy. The 
third substance, Ammonia, is abstracted from the ram irater by the soil, and rxxajf 
bo added in form of tannery waste, guano, gas water, bipod, wool, hair and 
feathers. By keeping these facta in view the mrmer <vill be better able to judge 
what klndd of manure to employ on his fields for the various ci'oiml Potatoes 
specially requlr^hrge quantities of potash for the tuber, and limo for uie tops, all 
green cropa require ammonia, and all grains phosphoric acid, which exists as a 
phosphate of magnesia, &o., in barley and wheat. 



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Leather ft Shoe rindinar Store, 

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Annapolis, 

St. John, N. B^ 

and Portland. 


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Ste. Phil. And .las. ^ 6 h L. tides. 


A. 21 


2 32 


3 47 


A. 2 


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Ilugation Sunday. \} Hsah 4li. 9in. M. 


1 26 


3 37 


4 62 


I 7 


3 


) Invontiun of tho Ctom. 


2 41 


4 52 


6 7 


2 22 


4 


> tlogation Days. [ 1 8.1 1 . ^ <{ C 


3 57 


6 8 


7 23 


3 38 


5 


) Mrst meet'g teniD. hoc. at Tlx., 
AsconAioii Day — Holy Thurwlay. 

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Battlo of Touriiay, 1 793. 


5 2 


7 13 


8 28 


4 43 


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5 58 


8 9 


9 24 


5 39 


7 


6 42 


8 53 


10 8 


G 83 


8 


7 24 


9 35 


10 50 


7 5 


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Sunday after Agcenniou. H. tidoa. 


8 


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11 26 


7 41 


10 


^greatOHt Hel. Lat. S. 


8 33 


10 44 


11 59 


8 14 


11 


Battle of Oporto, 1809. 


9 8 


11 19 


morn 


8 49 


12 


9 stationary. Ori^ieB 4h. 6m. inorn. 
^greatest Hel. Lat. N. 


9 41 


11 52 


84 


9 22 


13 


10 17 


morn 


1 7 


9 58 


14 


%6(i Length of the day 1 4h. 38in. 


10 52 


28 


1 43 


10 33 


15 


Melbourne founded, 1837. 


11 30 


1 3 


2 18 


11 11 


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Pentecoat— Whit Sunday. 


morn 


1 41 


2 56 


11 57 


17 


Low tides, ^sets 1 Ih. 28ni. aftn. 


16 


2 27 


3 42 


morn 


18 


Disrnp. Gen. Ass. Ch. Scotland, 1843. 


1 8 


3 19 


4 34 


49 


19 


Ember Day. prises 2h. S8m. morn. 


2 11 


4 22 


5 87 


1 52 


80 


\l 6 9 Length of the uight, 9h. 8m. 


3 22 


5 33 


6 48 


3 3 


21 


Ember day. ^2 ^^^^ 3^- ^^' morn. 


4 25 


6 36 


7 51 


4 6 


22 


Ember Day. 


5 23 


7 34 


8 49 


5 4 


C 


Trinity Sunday. 


6 16 


8 27 


9 42 


.5 67 


24 


Qu. Victoria bern, '1 9. Very h. tides. 


7 6 


9 17 


10 32 


6 47 


25 


VD© Ssots 11 h. 13m.a(tu. 


7 55 


10 6 


11 21 


7 86 


26 


George 1st bord, 1660. ; 


8 45 


10 56 


A. 11 


8 26 


27 


Corpus Christi. 


9 37 


11 48 


I 3 


9 18 


28 


Wm. Pitt born, 1719. 


10 27 


A. 38 


1 53 


10 8 


29 


^ in ^ 1; ri&ds Ih. 37m. morn. 


11 19 


I 30 


2 45 


11 


C 


1st Sunday after Trinity. L. Tides. 


A. 13 


2 24 


3 39 


11 54 


31 


Dr. Chalmers died, 1847. 


1 7 


3 18 


4 33 


A. 48 



A dfiliglitrnl Perrame-SMITH'A MOIl^lKT LAVXilrnBII. 

Mat. — May is tispecially the ^rden month. Flower beds have now to be work«4l 
and trimme(i, and, as poon as the wesither becomes wann enough, summer bcddiui; 
pbnts should be put out. Tlie followiii(f list may 1)6 taken as a safe Kuido:— 
Oeneral liedditiq and Jiorder PlanU: At;oratum (dwarf bJue), Cuphea platycentra, 
Pyrethrura aureuni, L)o. flore-pleno alba, Pentstemon (varieties), Calceolaria 
amplexicaulis, Double Geraniums, Olpri de Nancy, Sappier Pompier. Robert Pier 
and Victor Lemoinc, (all of which are scarlet), J5|adanae Lenionie and Rudoluh 
Abel (both of which are piuk). The best siiixle scarlets arc Dr. Koch, Jean Sisely, 
Dr. Lindley and Sparkler. Rose coloured surtu : Aurora and Oeui. Phik coloured : 
Blue Bell, Queen of Rosea, Christine. Whites: White Perfection, Madame VauKhan. 
Tricolors: Mrs. Pollock, Edwinia Fitzpatrick, Lady Callum, Qoliah, Lass O'Oowrie, 

of Lime, which will strengthen it and hasten ■ the formation of Bone ma- 
terial. For sale by Druggists. 



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5 First Quarter, 
O Full Moon,ir 
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19 M. 
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38 M. 



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19 
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2 21 


50 


7 8 


1 26 


7 151 


22 IG 


2 12 


1 12 


7 51 


2 30 


12 1 


22 24 


2 2 


1 36 


8 35 


3 34 


16 14 


22 30 


1 52 


2 4 


9 20 


4 46 


19 44 


22 37 


1 41 


2 37 


10 8 


5 39 


22 22 


22 43 


1 31 


3 14 


10 56 


6 38 


24 


22 49 


1 19 


3 59 


11 45 


7 81 


24 34 


22 54 


1 8 


4 50 


A. 35 


8 20 


24 I 


22 59 


56 


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9 3 


22 23 


23 4 


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6 45 


2 11 


9 37 


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9 56 


4 27 


10 58 


7 16 


23 18 


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5 11 


11 22 


N2 6 


23 20 


17 


A. 6 


5 55 


11 44 


S3 17 


23 22 


U 30 


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morn 


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23 24 


43 


2 28 


7 32 


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23 25 


56 


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36 


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23 26 


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23 27 


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10 29 


1 50 


24 6 


23 27 


1 34 


7 22 


11 35 


2 43 


24 30 


23 26 


1 47 


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morn 


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23 4 


23 26 


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23 24 


2 13 


9 36 


1 41 


6 21 


15 41 


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7 40 


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3 30 


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23 15 


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11 16 


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Bonnie Dimdoe, Burning Bush, Italia Unita. Bronzud: Mrs. John Lee, Beauty of 
Calderdale, Percy Leonard, President Lincoln. Oolden : Crystal Palace Gem. 
Verbenas : Sir William Youngj Centennial Seedling, Harris's Seedling, Mrs. Wood- 
roofe, Venosa, Snow-flak^. Fuchsi!*^, all varieties. Oaillardsa picta nana. The 
selection of Foliage and Variegated leaved plants, sueculents for borderings, &c., 
recommended by Mr. Power is as follows: Irisene Lindeni and Herberti, Menem,- 
bryanthemum cbrdifolium variegatum (a very long name for a very small plant), 
Koniga maritime vaiiegata, Oazania splendcus varie'^'ata, Altcrnanthera paronj'- 
chloiues, Semfiervivums and Echevertan, Golden Thyme, Poa tnvialis vr.riegata 
(small striped grass). Lobelia cardfnalis, Amaranthus Hendrei, Centaurea c-Mdidis- 
f:ima and Clementsii. For blue colours the Lobelias have latterly not pn)ved so 
effective in the Public Gardens as Viola Blue Perfct'O" and Admiration. Subtix)- 



Oostivenesft, the parent of so much untold ; lisevj/, emjenders Dfisjitpsia^ 
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W|Il find it to their adviuitage to look over 

FOliDHAMS 

STOCK Of 

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Cheapest and best osyortmert of goods 
in town. 

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tH Sup. ($ © :^j(5 C i? in Perihcl. 
^ 6 C- Xength of day J5h. Hum. 
Battle of Magenta, 1859., 
Dest've fire in N. Scotia woods, 1873. 
2nd Sunday after Trinitjc. 9 (5 C • 
High tides. !^ ri^es lh.!30m. morn, 
9 3 (V ^sets inh. 44m. altemoon. 
Cl^arles Diclvena died, 1870. 
Oxford fired at Queen, 1840. 
St. Barnabas, Ap. % d ^ . 
Maxin}illiou entered Mexico, 1864. 
3rd Sun. af . Trin. g gr. Hel. Lat. N, 
Magna, Charter signed, 1215. 
Low tides. ^ sets 8h. 54m. aftn. 
Dr. Kornian McLiBod died, 1872.. 
'^in Aphelion. t i 

Battle of Waterloo, 1815. 

[©enters 2J5, sunimer commences, 
4th Sn. af. Trin. Asses, (^a. Vic. '37, 
Settlement Halifax, anniv'ry, 1749. 
({[eclipsed' '^ligh tides. [9^0^- 
Hudson B. Ter. trans. Canada, 1870. 
St. John Bapt. — Midsummer Day. 
First Wesleyan Conference, 1744. 
George IV. died, 1830. 
.5th Sunday after Trinityl 
Quv>eu Vi'ctoiaa Crowned, I8i38. 
Low tides. St. Peter Ap. 
116 (C' b ^^^^ Oh. 37m. morn. 



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5 33 


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6 57 


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7 39 


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4 58 


2 28 


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«» TO SMITH'S I>Kir« ST«MtB, 147 H4IL1JS STIIEKT. 



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pical Plants 2or growin;y as single specimens or in groups (suitable for larye gardens 
and ornamental gfTounds). Wigandia Caracasana and Impcrialis, Solanuin rohustum 
and marginatum, Melianthus major, Ricinus gigantea, R. Duchess of Edinburgh, 
R. Bourbonensis and R. songuineas, Phorniinm tenax (New Zealand Flax), Arundo 
Donax variegata, Bocconia japonica, Csinnabis sativa (Hemp), Chilian Beet, Zea 
vaiiegata (striiied maize), Oannas Imperator, tricolor, Rendalleri, Annei and 
gigantea. 

JuK«.— All seed crops not yet committed to the soil should be ^ut in without 
delay. After the Ist day of June it is not too early to sow any kind of seed 
suitable for our climate. The drill crops put in during April and May w<;i now 
require attention, first in the way of hand noeing, w^here this has to be done, and 
secondly by the use of the horse hoe or cultlvatoi. But there are still some crops 



LAXATIVE FRUIT TROCHEE imfl cure Oostiveness. Sample 
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to bo planted or sown. Put out cabbages and cauliflowers, but only in soil that has 
been well worked and well enriched. The Ilaltica, or turnip flea, is the (jreat enemy 
of the cmbba^e ; all efforts at his destruction have failed, and the only elTective way 
of wa^^inpT war with him is to trent hiin generously by Hwwing, between the cabbafiro 
rows, couunon white mustard, the .vounjf oeedling plants of which are far mure 
palatable to the flea than vubbutre. TomatoeiiaJiso may be set out later in the uionth. 
Ground cherries do best when they come up from seed in the soil, wl^ich they will 
do for years. Finish planting everything now iu field and garden, such as indiivn 
corn, bush and pole beans, cucumbers, squashes, turnips. Tender plants may now 
be put »ut in the flower beds. Do not touch strawberx^' plants for wooding or hoe- 

Jlobinson^s Phosphorized Emuhion of Cod Liver Oil With Lacto-Phos- 
phate of Lime, is Particularlp Adapted to delicate Femxdes iu those low 



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FREKCH FRONTS AND CALFSKINS, 
SOLE AND TTPPER LEATHER, 
SHOE FINDINOS. MOROOCO, 
GOAT AND SEAL, MA. M .:,. 
CHINB TWIST, &c. - ; f 

AT LOWEST MAMKET RATES, 
At lOa Upper Water Street. 

ARTHUR FORDHAM. 



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Anuiv. Dum. Canada, 1867. ^i 6 (i 

Quebec founded, 1608. 

© in Apogee. 

6th Sutiday after Trinity. 

Battle of Wagram, 1 809*. 

$ in ^ ^setii 9h. 38m aftn. 

9 d C ® eclipsed. High tides. 

^ {greatest elong £. 

?(i(C Of a© 

% 6<[. J^riRes llh. 28m aftn. 
7th Sunday after Trinity. 
Crimea evacuated, 1866. 

9»ttp4© 

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Sw^thon, Bp. Low tides. 

$ in Aphelion. - J- * V 

Isaac Watts bom, 1674. 

8th Sanday after Triaity. 

War by Fiance against Pmssia, 1870. 

h Q© h 'i^^ 1 '^* ^^™' i^^u* 
^ sti^onary. High tides. 

Kaftle of 8alamanca, 1812. 

Up. and L. Canada united, 1840. 

9 in Perihelion. 

9th Sa. af. Trinity. St James, Ap. 

Irish Chnrch Bill passed, 1869. 

lili^ Length of the day I4h. 43m 

1; gt. Hel. Lat. 8. ^ 6 (L L. tides 

1)Mtrnction Spanish Armada, 1588. 

French Revolution, 1830. 

London Bridge finished, 1831. 



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SMITH'S DIAttKMKA «)*lt^Al., f«»r VraiHps, Pjseiilery, etc. 

. i '•' — — — — — , « . 

ing, and do not new hoe around raspberry canes, otherwise the fruit will not form. 
Celery mav be planted out at the eiid of the month.^ It there are still any 
" fanners*'^ In the Proviiiee who are not members of an Ai^icaltural Society, or if 
no such Society exists in their district, then the duty dtvvolves upon them this 
month of joining' a Society or organieing a new one. There can !>» no general 
progress among our farmers without coH^ration, for the obtaining ol 8uita)>lo 
thorough'brad. animals of the very highest class is beyond the tvax'h uf individuals. 
The reason r^ttention is called to the matter this luontb ia that a neic Society 
desiring to partidpato in the Legiidative grant-in-aid requiref* to send in the 
declaration required by Sec. IS of the Act be/ofe the firgt day of July. 

JoiiY. -Notwithstanding what has been said in June, indicating that as the last 

states of the tpstem that m . ifett themselves in so tnany of tfte ailments 
peculiar to their sex^ JToi' sale by Drugyiats, 




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AUGUST l^egins on SHUNDAY. 



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month of seed-time, yot Turnip sowinif may ftilJ lie doue. Some even prefer to 
s<)w their SweUea this month, and the aoft Turnips for immediate feeding uced no^< 
necessarily bo lown till the eud «f July. The groand should have uiideri<oMe a 
thorouifh pulverisation. Ijight saiHiy soil is the best for Turnips. They start best 
after the ground is warm, but the bulbs swell most rapidiy during tbe cool dewy 
nights of Autumn. The soil cannot be worlced too deep or made too fine for 
Turnips. Town manures are valued for this crop ; and crushed bones have been 
applied with the best eflfects, either when covered in the drills in the manner of 
oruiiiary dunqr, or when sown by machine along with the seeds, so as to be in 
iniinediate contact with the latter. Guano has been lar;;cly used of late years. 
Supcrphuspliate is very ctficacioud. One point of Turnip culture that is often 



For Biliousness, characterized by Mental Depression, Lassitude, and 
tewlenci/ to sleep when the body is not activelj/ engaged, especially when 



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Days. 






71 




Sheepskins, Roans and Linings, 


High Water.mesn time,«t 


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3 


T»ry lowest tates. 




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IM Upper Water Street, Halifax. 


3 


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Pa 




C 


10th Son. af. Trin. Lammas Day. 


3 44 


b 55 


7 10 


3 2& 


2 


British Columbta colonized, 1858. 


5 3 


7 14 


8 29 


4 44 


3 


CclumboB's iHt Voyage, 1492. 
Shelley, poet, born, 1792. 
^Infd® ^6<L High tides. 


6 9 


8 20 


9 35 


5 50 


4 


6 59 


9 10 


10 25 


6 40 


5 


7 40 


9 51 


U 6 


7 21 


6 


^ ereatest Hel. Lat. S. 9 (5 C 
Atlantic Telej^raph Cable laid, 1867. 


8 15 


10 26 


11 41 


7 56 


7 


8 47 


10 ^8 


morn 


& 2» 


C 


nth Sunday after Trinity. %6^ 


9 19 


11 ao 


13 


9 


9 


^stationary. Length of day 14h.l Im 
^greatest Hel. Lat. S. 


9 54 


morn 


45 


9 35 


10 


10 28 


5 


1 20 


10 9 


11 


1? stationary. % rises 9h. 25m. aftn 
First Am. Kailroad completed, 1830. 


U 2 


39 


1 54 


10 43 


12 


11 40 


1 13 


2 28 


11 21 


13 


Low tides. [Halifax, 1834. 


morn 


1 51 


3 6 


morn 


14 


^ stationary. First case of cholera at 


24 


2 35 


3 50 


5 


C 


I2th Snn. af. Trin. Jgr. Hel Lat. N. 


I 20 


3 31 


4 46 


1 I 


16 


N. Brims, a sep. province, 1784. 


2 31 


4 42 


5 57 


2 12 


17 


Frederick the great died, 1786. 


4 3 


6 14 


7 29 


3 44 


18 


Virginia Dare, Hrst English child 


5 29 


7 20 


8 55 


5 fO 


19 


[born in North America, 1587. 


6 34 


8 45 


10 


6 15 


20 


High tides. ^ rises 3h, 43m. morn. 


7 27 


9 38 


10 53 


7 8 


21 


Pr. Arthur landed at flalifax, 186tf. 


8 11 


10 22 


11 27 


7 52 


C 


13th Snn. af. Trin. [in Hx., 1851. 


8 54 


II 5 


A. 20 


8 35 


23 


^ gr. eloug. W. Googh's I »t Lecttire 


9 32 


11 43 


."yS 


9 13 


24 


X6(i >? <5 C St. Bartli'mew, Ap. 
{; in ^ % sets 7h. 30m. aftn. 


10 11 


A 22 


1 37 


9 52 


25 


10 46 


57 


2 12 


10 27 


26 


Louis Philippe died, 18.50. 


11 21 


I 32 


2 47 


n 2 


27 


Low t'des. Jj 1 i.ses 8h. 49m. aftn. 


11 59 


2 10 


3 25 


11 40 


28 


St. Angnstine. [ b in Perihelion. 
HthS.af. T. St. John Bapt. beh'd. 


A. 43 


2 54 


4 9 


A. 24 


C 


1 38 


3 49 


5 4 


1 10 


30 


Goldschmidt, antron. died, 1866. 


2 55 


6 6 


6 21 


2 .'36 


31 


John Bunyan died, 1688. 


4 27 


6 38 


7 63 


4 8 



UBK S.HITfl*S MKXICAIV TOOTH WASH. 



n^lected in Nova Scotia, although well understood elsewiiere, is that the secil 
flhould bo put in tlio momoiit tiie soil Id prepared . If the carti) of the |>rop;tre(l 
drill gets dried up in the sun before tlie seed is committed to it, how can the latter 
\m expected to germinate. Ilooin}^ and woedmg of all drill crops should b« carried 
on actively this month and completed ))efore haying time. 

August. — Our farmers, at least those in the best farmed districts of the Province, 
are working into a mixed husbandry, so that cattle may not l>e fed on hay all 
winter and pasl^urcd in summer, but fed in winter on Htraw and roots and coarse 
gniin, and In sunmier partially or wholly on green fodder In-doors. This is the 
only way to enrich a farm, or to attain to anything like high farming. We there- 
fore recouunend our readers to note at this season how convenient it is to have a 



reading or meditation it aUempted, tallow, oily skin, foul hreath, coated 
tongue, bitter tatte in the mouth, «t*c., try Laxative Fruit Troclvet. 



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72 SKPTEMBER begins on WEDNESDAY. [1880 











1>. H. 


M. D.|9 Bonths. 


% souths. 


y. souths. 


# New Moon, 


4 38 A. - 






i 








]) First Quarter, 


11 2 


10 A. 


8 53 A. 


1 8 A. 


3 20 M. 


O Full Moon.t 


18 11 


15 M. lOl 57 A. 


51 A. 


1 50 M. 


( Last Quarter, 


26 6 54 M. 17 I 1 A. 


40 A. 


1 20 M. 


'CPor. ISd. CApo.26d. |24i i 5 A. 


29 A. 


49 Mv 





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BUN 


Fast of 
clock. 


Moon 


RSses. 


Sets. 


decliii. 
North. 


Rtaea. 


Souths. 


Sets. 1 


Noi-th. *^"'<* 


1 


\V. 


5 26 


6 34 


8 3 


17 


2 22 


9 33 


4 44 


15 29 


SI 


2 


Th. 


5 27 


6 32 


7 41 


36 


3 27 


iO 19 


5 11 


11 8 


St. 


3 


F. 


5 28 


6 30 


7 19 


55 


4 32 


11 4 


5 36 


6 13 


n 


4 


Sa. 


5 30 


6 28 


6 57 


1 15 


5 38 


11 49 


6 


NO 57 


n 


5 


SU. 


5 31 


6 26 


6 35 


1 35 


6 45 


A. 34 


6 23 


S4 27 


^ 


6 


sM. 


5 32 


6 24 


6 12 


1 55 


7 53 


1 20 


6 47 


9 45 


£V, 


7 


Tu. 


5 33 


6 23 


5 50 


2 15 


9 6 


2 11 


7 16 


14 38 


^h 


8 


W. 


5 34 


6 21 


5 27 


2 35 


10 18 


3 3 


7 48 


18 49 


"), 


9 


Th. 


5 35 


6 19 


5 4 


2 56 


11 31 


3 59 


8 27 


21 58 


K 


10 


F. 


5 37 


6 17 


4 42 


3 17 


A. 39 


4 57 


9 15 


23 49 


t 


11 


Sa. 


5 38 


6 15 


4 19 


3 37 


1 43 


5 57 


10 11 


24 10 


t 


12 


SU. 


5 39 


6 13 


3 56 


3 58 


2 36 


6 57 


11 18 


22 57 


Yi 


13 


^M. 


5 40 


6 11 


3 33 


4 19 


3 22 


7 56 


morn 


20 17 


vt 


14 


Tu. 


5 41 


6 10 


3 10 


4 41 


3 59 


8 52 


30 


16 23 




15 


W. 


5 42 


6 8 


2 47 


5 2 


4 29 


9 44 


1 45 


11 35 




16 


Th. 


5 44 


6 6 


2 23 


5 23 


4 57 


10 34 


2 59 


6 12 


K 


17 


F. 


5 45 


6 4 


2 


5 44 


5 23 


11 23 


4 11 


SO 35 


K 


1» 


Sa. 


5 46 


6 2 


1 37 


6 6 


5 46 


morn 


5 23 


N4 56 


T 


19 


SU. 


5 47 


6 


1 14 


6 27 


6 12 


9 


6 32 


10 7 


T 


20 


\l 


5 48 


5 58 


50 


6 48 


6 40 


</) 56 


7 40 


14 44 


T 


21 


5 50 


5 56 


27 


7 9 


7 11 


1 44 


8 48 


18 34 


« 


22 


w. 


5 51 


5 55 


N. 4 


7 30 


7 43 


2 32 


9 53 


21 28 


« 


23 


Th. 


5 52 


5 5;) 


S. 19 


7 51 


8 29 


3 22 


10 5G 


23 19 


n 


24 


F. 


h 53 


5 tl 


42 


8 12 


9 17 


4 11 


11 53 


24 5 


n 


25 


Sa. 


5 54 


5 49 


1 6 


8 32 


10 11 


5 1 


A. 45 


23 45 


n 


26 


.SU. 


5 56 


5 47 


1 29 


8 52 


11 8 


5 51 


1 31 


22 20 


s 


27 


<u 


5 57 


5 45 


1 53 


9 12 


morn 


6 38 


2 8 


19 56 


2c 


28 


Tu. 


5 .98 


5 43 


2 16 


9 32 


9 


7 26 


2 43 


16 39 


Si 


29 


W. 


5 59 


5 4^ 


2 39 


9 52 


1 12 


8 12 


3 12 


12 36 


SI 


3U 


Th. 


6, 


5 39 


3 3 


10 11 


2 16 


8 57 


3 38 


7 55 


SI 



Keep yoiir Te«th >«lilte by »l!IITfi'8 rrei^frvatlvc l>cnflirlco. 

■ » _— . 4 ^ , 

field of tares or ijreen oats or barley or Indian c(»rn or rape, or any t)ther green 
eatable thing' for the cattle to grow or fatten upon when the piiatures are all burnt 
up. After haying there will Ikj work in the garden and especially in the orchard. 
Look after the ripening fruit, destroy caterpillars, if any still remain ; pick the 
early Augrust apples, and send them into market. When the rains come, beds of 
strawberries may be mado up. Sec that the ground ia well draijiod and enriched 
wiU) old manure. Mushrooms now appear in the horae pastures. The calving .H 
cows for the season will now be pretty well over. All thoroughbred calves should 
be at once registered in the official Stock Register of the Boai-d of Agricr.ituro. 
For grade stock the fanner should keep a record in a book for after rcferen je. 

HcrriuiGKR.— The Provincial and Ciounty Exhibitions are mostly hold this inonth 
or early in (.Jctober. These afford an oxcellent opportunity to study the breeds of 

Itobinaon^s P/iotpJiorizi'd Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil 'With Lncto-Phoa- 
phate of Lime, for General Dehilitij. Prepared btt J. H. Robinson. 





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Na 


ts 


3 


5 


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4 


Hi 


C 


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6 


% 


ft 


7 


9 


^ 


8 


Na 


1 


9 
10 


t 


11 


Lo 




C 


16t 


13 


Qu 


14 


Du 


1 1 
t 


15 


Era 


it 


16 


Ca.| 


"i 


17 


St. 


^ 


18 


Em 


« 


C 


17t 


S 


20 


V-( 


9 

1 


21 


St. 


22 
23 


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24 


Bay 


3 


25 


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18tl 


« 


27 


Soc 


1 


28 


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29 


St. 


30 


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cattle, ur 


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object is 


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!! 


Jersey w 


3 


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by the B< 


a 


high grac 


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behind. 


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year wo r 




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judging f 







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Best place t» ^uy Toilet and f'attcy SoNp» and rcrftemery* 



Orifllii'i' Prime and I>oalile RetncMl Sejrthm, H. It. Vullkr & Co. 



imunR.'] 

AUTUMir.J 



SEPTEMBER 80 Days. 



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BUT TOUB GOODS FBOK 

FORD HA 

He will do the ■quare tjiinir bfy y<m, aad 
(rive you the worth of your money. 

LEATHER STOHE, 
106 Upper Water St., Halifax. 



High Water, BiMUt time, at 



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^1 
25 



1 

2 
3 
4 
C 

G 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 

c 

13 
14 

15 
16 
17 
18 
C 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 

c 

27 
28 
29 
30 



9 <5 © Length of the dav 13h. 8in. 

Nap. Ill snr. to King of Fnia., 1870. 

^ 6 € $ i^iBe<3 ^^- 22in. loorniDg. 

High tides. 

15th Sunday af. Trinity. 9 4 C 

% 4(L 3|^ rises 7h. 41m. aftn. 

^6% Length of night Uh. Um. 

Nativity of Virgin Mary. 

5 greatest Hel. Lat. N. 

Battle of Lake Erie, 1813. 

Low tides. ); rises 7h. 49in. aftn. 

1 6th Sunday after Trinity. 

Quebec taken, 1759. 

Duke of Wellington died, 1852. 

Ember Day. 

Cape of Good Hope taken, 1796. 

St. Lamh't. Ember Day. Jf Sup. 6 © 

Ember Day. High tides. 

1 7th Sunday after Trinity. 

V- 6 a 3|.ripes 6h. 42m. aftn. 

St. Matthew, Ap. Ij <5 C 

©enters ri, Autumn commences. 

GarrLson of Sydney, C. B. disc., 1854. 

Bayonets first used, 169;i. 

2^ in Perihelion. 

18th Sun. af. Trin. Ve ry low tides. 

Soc. of Je.«iuiM inst. by Pfiul III, 1540. 

^ 6 % Lei^^h of the day llh. 45m. 

St. Michael — Michaelmas' Day. 

Insurrection in Spain, 1868. 



5 40 


7 51 


9 6 


6 32 


8 43 


9 58 


7 12 


9 23 


10 38 


7 49 


10 


II 15 


8 19 


10 30 


11 45 


8 51 


11 2 


morn 


9 25 


11 36 


17 


10 1 


mom 


51 


10 37 


12 


1 27 


11 18 


48 


2 3 


morn 


1 29 


2 44 


5 


2 16 


3 31 


1 3 


3 14 


4 29 


2 24 


4 35 


5 50 


4 


6 11 


7 26 


5 22 


7 33 


8 48 


6 23 


8 34 


9 49 


7 11 


9 22 


10 37 


7 52 


10 3 


11 18 


8 28 


10 39 


11 54 


9 4 


11 15- 


A. 30 


9 40 


11 51 


1 8 


10 15 


A. 26 


1 41 


10 47 


58 


2 13 


11 24 


H 35 


9! 50 


A. 6 


2 17 


3 32 


58 


3 9 


4 24 


2 10 


4 21 


5 36 


3 43 


5 54 


7 9 


4 57 


7 8 


8 2fi 



5 21 

C 13 

6 53 

7 SO 
• 

8 32 

9 6 
9 42 

10 18 

10 59 

11 46 

moni 
44 



2 
3 
5 
6 



5 

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3 

4 



6 52 



33 
9 



8 45 

9 21 
9 56 

10 28 

11 5 
11 47 
A. 39 

1 51 

3 24 

4 38 



J. MOOFKiiY SMITH, I»RIJ««I8T, 147 HOLI^IS ST. 

cattle, and enable the fanners to choose " the best," which means the kind beat 
suited in each case for the special object which the farmer has in view. If the 
object iH to supply milk to the cheese factory or to the city, an Ayrshire gnde will 
be ftrefcrred ; if butter making is an important feature, a, dash of Quemsey or 
Jersey will be obtained ; if the ))roduction of beef is the mainstay, then the Bhort- 
Horn Durhams will come into favor. Throuf^h the importations of pure animals 
by the Board of Ajrriculture, the whole stock of the country is rapidfy rising into 
hiifh grades, and the farmer who oontmues insensible to this fact will be left 
behind. In former )'ear8 we have pointed out the merits of several breeds ; this 
year wc may siKJoially refer to the Devons, which, although highly valued in Eng- 
land, are not as well known in this Province as they appear to deserve to be, 
judging from the following description given in the Annual HegitUr of Rural 

Emaciation is a disease— Use Bobinson's Phosphoruxd Emulsion of Cod 
Liver Oil with Lacto- Phosphate of Lime. For sale by Druggists. 



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74 



0C5T0BKR begins on FRIDAY. 



[1880 



D. n. 
# New Moon J 4 

8 First Quarter, 10 8 
Fnll Moon, 18 
(C Last Qaarter, 26 2 
<C Per. 8 d. C Apo. 23 



M. 

29 M 
21 A 
12 M 

46 M. 17 
(1. 24 



D. 



,S 



9 sonths. 



^ BOttths. 



1 11 A. 16 A. 

1 17 A. 5 A. 

1 23 A. .11 5.'> M, 

1 31 A. Ill 46 M. 



% souths. 



9 M. 

li 34 A. 
11 9 A. 
10 32 A. 



^ 

Q 



2^ 



BUN 



Rites. 



sets. 



declin. 
South. 



Faat of 
clock. 



MOOK 



Rlaea. 



8outhf». 



F. 
8a. 
8U. 
41\M. 
Tn. 
W. 
Th. 

F. 
b&. 
SU. 

Tu. 

W. 

Th. 

F. 

8n. 

8U. 



27 
28 
29 
30 
31 



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6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
II 
IS 
t3 
14 
Ift 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25lvM 
26 Tu. 



\M. 
'Tu. 
W. 

Th. 

F. 

ba. 

SU. 



W. 

Th. 

F. 

8a. 

SU. 



6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 13 



2 
3 
4 
9 

7 
8 
9 

10 
12 



14 
15 
17 
18 
19 
20 
22 
6 23 
6 24 
6 26 
6 27 
6 29 
6 30 
6 31 
6 33 
6 34 
6 35 
6 37 
6 38 
6 39 
6 41 



38 

36 

34 

32 

30 

28 

27 

25 

28 

21 

19 

18 

16 

14 

12 

11 

9 

7 

6 

4 

2 

1 



26 
49 
12 
36 
59 
22 
45 
8 
31 



6 53 



16 

39 

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4 


59 




tK5| 




56 




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53 




51 




50 




49 




47 



8 23 

8 46 

9 8 
9 30 
9 51 

10 13 
19 35 

10 56 

11 17 
11 38 

11 .59 

12 20 

12 40 

13 1 
13 21 

13 41 

14 
14 20 



80 


3 Td 


9 42 


! ':; '\o 


4 30 


10 27 




' 38 


11 14 


1! '.V-.- 


50 


A. 4 


11 ^ti 


8 


56 


12 


9 lo 


1 52 


12 17 


10 30 


2 50 


12 34 


11 36 


3 51 


12 50 


A. 33 


4 52 


13 6 


1 20 


5 51 


IS 21 


I 59 


6 47 


13 35 


2 31 


7 39 


13 .50 


3 


8 29 


14 3 


3 24 


9 16 


14 16 


3 48 


10 3 


14 29 


4 13 


10 49 


14 41 


4 40 


11 36 


14 52 


5 11 


morn 


15 3 


5 44 


24 


15 13 


6 24 


1 13 


15 23 


7 9 


2 3 


15 32 


8 2 


2 52 


15 40 


8 59 


3 43 


15 47 


9 56 


4 33 


15 54 


10 .58 


5 18 


16 


mom 


6 4 


16 5 


1 


6 49 


16 9 


I 3 


7 32 


16 13 


2 9 


8 17 


16 16 


3 18 


9 4 


16 18 


4 27 


9 51 



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8 
9 



10 

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11 35 
morn 

47 

1 58 

3 8 

4 18 

5 25 
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42 
42 



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11 24 

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50 
15 



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13 
17 
21 
23 
23 
23 



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6 



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12 42 

7 36 
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Affairs for the year 1878, — " They are of exta-aordinary beauty, great activity and 
vigour. lu quiUity of beef they are supurior to tlie Short Homa ; it is iaid on alau 
on the l>eat plaue^i, ao that, beiuK quieic and kindly feeders, they arc great favorites 
in the uiarlcet, and are, from tlieir activity, much better adapted to the short, cloae 
pasturage of hilly and rough land than are the heavier breeds. At the same time 
many excel as milkers, and, when this quality is cultivated, the returns of milk 
and butter are often extraordinary, Wlien wo consider, in addition to their other 
good qualities, that, as working oxen, they and their grades have no superiors, it 
p clear that the breed is one of very great value." 

OcTOBBR. The harvesting of Root Crops Is one that requires great attention, 
and, as the culture of them is extending throughout the Province, we wou d 

LAXATIVE FRUIT TROCHES give tone to the Stomach and Bmoels, 
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ENGLISH SObB LBATHBa, 

HEAVY SOLE LEATHER, 

AMd all the r^^i^hitflf for WlBt«r Boots, 

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Fordham's Leather Store, 

10« VrPER WATER 8TDKET. 



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First stoamhoat to Alhauv, 1807. 
First N. Scotia Legia., 1758. 5 iu y 
1 9th Sunday after Trinity, ,. . 
%6(i Higli tides. :; ^- f, 

I'oacc wit,h America, 1783. 
3/<P© 3^6ets 6li. 9m. morn. 
Great iiro at Chicatjo, 1 87 1 . [</., 1 830. 
A. IL IloUan^l, ostb^lir Ac. Kecord^r, 
20th Sun ay. af. Trinity. 9 m ?5 
Low jiides. Length of day Uh, 5m. 
^ in Aphcliun. 

America discuvi by Columbus, 1492. 
Groat firo ii* Quol)ec, 1 866. 
Mur^t, King of Na|4o8^ ^hot, iSl^.J 
lif. Houses of r^l. burnt, I834. 
21»t Suiidivy after ^rittity. 4d C 
St,Luke, Evan. J? rf <C h ,^© High 
Dean Bwift, died, 1 745. [ti^Qs. 

BattUiofNavar 100,1827. . ' 
Battle of Trafalcar. 1805. 
Earthquake shock tcit in New, Kna., 
Bat. of Balak^va, 1854. [N.S.,&c.^9 
22ud Sunday after Triu|ty, . , . . 

St., Crispin. Ail© ... 't '' 

Low tideti^ l^sontl^ Uh. ,l3m>aftp. 

Capitulation of Metz, 1870. 

St Simon and St. Jude. [104, 1854 

U. Robertson J. at Yarmquth, agod 

R. Brinsley Sheridan bori>> 1761., 

23nd Sun. af . Tr. All Hallow'n Eve. 



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29 


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3 9 


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1 7 


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3 51 


3 37 


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6 9 


6 12 


7 27 


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impress upon all whc havei tiothad Umg exporienoe the heeestUf ci attendlnft to 
the pointA noted below :— -To take «p aiid store roots successfully is a simple art 
when propei^y underetCKxl, bat the frequeiH destruction of roots to the oellar 
shows that it to not always understood ^or carried out. Potatoes should be dug in 
dry weather, and allowed to dry completely on the surface before being put togeUier 
in heaps or in the cellar ; the best way is to put them on a bam floor and exoludie 
the litf nt, otherwise they will become ipreen oud acquire a bitter taste and poisonous 
qualities. Mangels, turnips and carrots should be topped and the fine root fibres 
cut off. Before storing they should, in like manner, be exposed to dry air that the 
wounds may heal over; if put at once into the cellar, the wounded tissue will 
begin to ferment, and a large portion of the roots will be rotted by contact. If 

lation, and the removal of (til impurities and effete matters from the 
aysteni. Prepared by J. U. ROBINSON, St. John, N. B. 






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NOVEMBKR begins on MONDAY. [1880 



9 Nuw Moon, 
^ FirHt Qu Tter,t 
O Full Moon, 
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17 63 

18 9 
18 25 
18 4t 

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19 24 
19 37 

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20 17 
20 30 
20 42 

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21 5 
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21 36 



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16 19 
16 19 
16 17 
16 15 
16 12 
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16 4 
15 59 
15 53 
15 46 
15 38 
15 29 
15 20 
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17 94 


10 39 


13 34 


11 51 


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7 13 


3 15 


11 59 


4 20 


16 9 


6 27 


»9 33 


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8 28 


23 44 


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€|i<^«t Mn«l MMTint rrvuctnm at SMITirs OBUfS STORK. 

- I I . » I ' l I . I «l ■ II I mm I 

factd such ni; theio aro kept clearlj in riow, no farmer iweA \om bis nK>ts. Of 
course the collar must bo kept well aired atvl diy, and frost earefully excluded. 

NovBMBBR.— The prerlouB month will hare boen occupied pretty well hi SMurincr 
the root crop«. Now the whole stren^tth of the ffinu should be thrown into fall 
plowing^, tills is a most important (Operation, whether we view it an a moans of 
proparuig tlie soil for the future crop or as a obnyenfeiice to enable the farmer to 
have spinn^ir Irfme (or proper spring work. "Rie addition of ntanure to a soil is not 
enou|;h, the pulverisation, raixtare, freezrnup, thawing and rain-waslitiijf of the f*oil 
are tho processes by which its fertility Is to be secured. Let us iilustmte this :- 
Bone, an insoluble tribasie phosphate, receives the rain water which contains 
carbjornic acid g^M ; this chants a portion of ihe bone into carbonate of lime, and 
the rest into bi-basic phosplMte wMch (^radnally dissolves and becomes available 

Bobinsori's PhospJioi'ized Emul»ion of Cod Liver Oil with Lacto-Phna- 
phate of Lime, is universallp acknoK^tdged, wherever introdttced, to he the 



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NOVKMBEU 30 Days. 



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GRAIN AKD WAX UCaTHSR. 

MAOHINK THttElD. 

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IM UPPEB W4TEB HT., HALIFAX. 



High Water, mean tlm*, ttt 




An SnintK' nay. 

AUSoulH. ^ gr. llel. Lat. S. % 6 (i 
[ {^ gr. fllwiig. E. High tidea. 

l^(5(C ?c5C 

Uattltt of Jiikcrinan, 1854. 

St. Leouunl. ^ huIm 5h. 29in. uftii. 

24th Siiiiduy after Triuity. 

Milton aied, 1674. 

Priiice of Wnleft born, 1 841 . L. tidoa. 

Spur/^ioim diod, 1832. 

8t. Martin. ^mt» 6h. Sm. aftu. 

Richard Baxter l>orn, 1615. 

%^ (L ^Htatiouary. 

25th Sun. oL Triu. 9>u Aphelion. 

Win. Cowper born, 1731. T^ d ([ 

Hidj tldefl. Length of day 9n. 24ni. 

Etneldreda. l^southa 9h. 41in. aftn. 

Earthuuako iu U. St. Thomas, 1867. 

John Williaui«<i.at Krromaufra, 1839. 

St. Edmund, Kine aiid Martyr. 

26tJi Sunday -at. Trinity. ^ in ^ 

St. Cecilia. % s^ta 2h. 43ui. morn. 

John Kiiox diad, 1572. 
^ iu I\)riIielion. Low tide* 

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1st Snnday in Advent. i(f <{ S 

St. Mary's Ch., Hx., first opened for 

St. Andkisw. [public worship, 1829 



,in f$ Length of nip^ht 14h. 28m. 
i^reck of steamship Atlantic, 1846. 



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2 2 


3 17 


53 


3 4 


4 19 


2 4 


4 15 


5 30 


S 23 


5 34 


6 49 


4 31 


6 42 


7 57 


5 32 


7 48 


8 58 


6 20 


8 31 


9 46 


7 5 


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10 31 


7 44 


9 55 


11 10 


8 20 


10 31 


11 46 


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11 5 


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MMITH'8 MStTOKAIi €IMr«H DKOPS, 147 HOlUiH 8TKKET. 

to tliH pltutt. If the rain water drains away over the lutni surface, or if the soi) ties 
tioaked in stas^^aiit; water, and there is no pnnsagc of rain tliroufl^h it, this change 
c'.iihi>«t take {iluuc. When lime is added to the soil it quiulcly acUi on the urtrani*; 
matter, but the lime muttt be diffused conipletoly thruu}(h tliu soil otherwise it 
Itevautes inert before it has had an opportunity of doin^f its work by beinjr brought 
into actual contact with soil-{>article8. Tlte clay of the soil is a ailiuato of alumina ; 
aitli llniu. If Ike particles are brought together in presence of water, a double 
silicate of lime and alumina is form^ If soda is brought into contMt with this 
t!he lime gives way and a double selfcate of soda and alumina la formed. If ixttash 
be added, the soda gives way, and we bav«i now a double silicate of potash and 
alumina ; and lastly, potadi will yield to anunouia, and thus ammonia will become 
fixod and available for plant growth. 



bent freparntion of Cod Liver Oil extant. 
ROBINSON,St.John,,N.B. 



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78 DECEMBER begins on WEDNESDAY. [1880 



# New Moon.t 

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O Full MoonJ 

(^ Last Qanrter,^ 

Now Moon, 

( CPer.ad. CApo.lSJ. (CPcr.aiq 



D. II. M. 
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16 11 22 M. 
24 2 42 A. 
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f 35 A. 10 52 M. 
2 49 A. 10 45 M. 

2 50 A. ilO 40 M. 
2 56 A. 110 34 M. 



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7 45 A. 
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6 25 A. 
5 59 A. 



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22 28 
22 35 
22 41 
29 48 

22 53 
29 59 

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23 21 
23 23 
23 25 
23 26 
23 27 
23 27 
23 27 
23 26 
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23 21 
23 18 
23 15 
23 11 
23 7 
23 3 



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10 11 
9 47 
9 22 
8 57 
8 31 

8 5 

9 37 
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6 16 
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5 20 
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2 20 

3 2 

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4 42 

5 39 

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7 41 

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2 30 

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6 44 

7 30 

8 16 

9 4 
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10 42 

11 31 
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1 55 

2 41 

3 24 

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5 32 

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8 39 


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J. aOUttVLKY SMITH, DI8PKN8INC} CHKNIST, 1-IT IIOLU» HT. 



Drokmbkk.- -Under oacb month we have endeavoured to indicato matters that 
most urifently require the attention of the fanner. Last but not least we call his 
attention to his poaition as the member of a live Aipriuulturai Society, in which, 
by example and precept, he may make hia personal intiuence widely felt, and thereby 
conduce to the prosuenty and adviincement of by far \iui most important industrial 
interest of the Province. There are now iipwanls of eiffhty Ai^ricultural Sooietie^^ 
in thifll Ph)vinCe, with a Membership of more than five thousand fanners. TlieM 
SodetiM are organized under the Central Board of Ai>fricuIturo, and each Society is 
entitled to draw from the Pi-ovincial Treasury, (througrh the Board), an annual grrant 
in aid to promote Its operations. The speuis*! piirix>so of n Society is to imprDve 

LAXATIVE FRUIT TROCHES for CosUvcnesn. Sample Boxes 25 
Cents. Full size 50 Cents. Sent fre^ by mail, on receipt of price, to 



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6 I 5gr. IIol. Lat. N. 9ffr. Ilol. Lat. S. 

7 JMarahal Nov shot, 1815. 

8 Concep. B. V. Mary. Low ti«lc8. 

9 Milton, poot, boru, 1608. 

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11 ' {^ greatest olonff W. 

C 3ra Sunday in Advent. 

13 North Staffordshire colliery explos'n, 

14 [140 livofl lost, 18G0. 

15 Ember day. Length of day 15h. 2hn. 

16 (T eclipsed, High tides. 

17 EnriberDay. Length ofnightSh. 41 m. 

18 Ember Day. ^statiouaiy. ' 
C 4th Sunday in Advent. 

20 Rev. John Newton died, 1817. 

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Low tides, prises 6h. 18m. mom. 
C11RI8THAS Day. I; stationary. 
Sun.af Christmas. St. Stephen, Mar. 
St. John, Evan. 11 seta Oh. 2Dm M. 
Innocents' Day. bsets Ih. 24m. M. 
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the live stoclc of its district, which <8 accomplished by obtainiiij; and lieepinff for 
the uao of members 8U])erior male ammals, such as bulls, nims and boars. Societies 
may also introduce seeds of new varieties of in^in, roots, and also improved imple- 
ments, and sell them to members at cost and char^^es. Exhibitions are held by 
some Societies or by the Societies of a County coinbinint;. The whole of the 
Societies of the Province meet on the second Monday of December, aach in it^ 
respective district, when the members receive the Directors' Report, and select 
officers for tlie ensuintr year. Full information as t^> the method of or^nizini; 
Societies may be obtained on application to the Member of the Board for the 
District, (see Board of Agriculture in another part of the Almanack), or to the 
Secretarj', Professor Lawson, Dalhousie College, Halifax. 

local itiea where not otlierwige obtainable. Manufactured solely by J. H. 
ROBINSON, Manufacturing Ghemisi, SL Jo/m, N. Ji. 

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The timn of H'^^'h Water af the uiulcrinonuoned places will be found by 1 


adding to or subtracting from the time of High WntcT at Halifax— 


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Ar^yle, Jonos' Anchorage . 
Arichat Harbour, 


.add 138 


Mud Island, 


. .«ld 113 


add U21 


Noel Bav, 
Xt.'gro llaibour 


..add 4 52 


Aniet Sound, 


.add 2 41 


. .add U ^3 


Avon River, 


.add 4 41 


North Minimegash, 


.".sub 4 19 


Blind Hay, ..sul 


tract 3 


Port George, 


. .add 3 28 


Beaver Harbour, 


.sub !» 


Pa.>isama(iuoddy, 


..add 3 41 


Beleque Bay, (Jrecii'sWf. 
Bay Verte, 


.add 2 20 


Pope Harl)(>ur, 


. .sub 9 


.add 1 11 


Plncentia, ■*. "' 


. .add I 26 


Boughton Harbour, 


.add 40 


PrusjKH't Harbour, 


. .sub 6 


Boston Light, U. 8. 


add 3 22 


Port Medway, 


. .add 1 


Chester Harbour, 


.sub 5 


Petit Passage, 


. .add 2 52 


Chczetcook. TerpiHawick, 


add 19 


Pubuico Harbour, 


. .add 1 36 


and IMusquodoboit Inlets 


Port Mouton, •,► 


. .add 5 


Cuiuberland Basiu, 


.add 4 6 


Port Ebert, 


. .add 20 


Country Harbour, 


.sub 9 


Pugwash Harbour, 


. .add 2 41 


Cfcpe Sabl& Inland, N. side. 


.sub 19 


Port Hood, 


..add 1 11 


Cape Sable Island, S. side. 


.sub 1 19 


(^iiaco Bay, 


. .add 3 46 


Cftpe Sable, * 


.add 38 


Ragged Island Harbour, 


. .add 10 


Clarke Harbour, 


.add 1 9 


Richibuctx) Kiver, 


..sub 419 


Clain Point, 


.add 38 


Richmond Harbour, 


..sub 149 


Cheticamp, ■, .■ 


.add 26 


Stoddart Cove, ,, -,• 


. .add 1 9 


Cape North, .> 


.add 11 


^•riiid}' Cove, E. ■ ; ,. 


. .add 2 44 


Cardigan Bay, . . {' 


.add 51 


Siuidy Cove, W. ,.,.,, 


. .add 2 58 


Cape liear, . ^v. 


.add 1 11 


Shut-in Island, 


. .sub 2 


Charlotte town, ' '" ;; 


.add 2 56 


St. Mary's River, 


. .i;dd 11 


Cape George, / 


.add 2 2(5 


Ship Harbour, ,. - 
Spicer Cove, ■'■ '^ ' 
Sheet Harbour, 


..add 5 


Digby Gut, ' ••■ . 


.add 3 11 


. .add 3 46 


Egmontflay, ' -. 


..silb 4 49 


. .add 17 


East Point, ? J 


.add 41 


St. Andrew, ■<»' 


. .add 3 1 


Folly Point, - , ; i •: 


.add 4 


Seal Cove, i:" r ,< ; 


..add 3 5 


Gut of Can so, 


.add 1 26 


Shelburne, 


. .add 15 


Guysboro' Harbour, 


.add 31 


Spencer Island, 


. .add 3 53 


Gloucester, U. S. 


• add 3 12 


Scotsman's Bay, Black 
Rock Point, 


..add 3 40 


Horton Bluff, 


.add 4 41 


Island Harbour, 


.sub 9 


St Ann's Bay, '"/," 


. .add 45 


Isle Haute, 


.add 3 32 


St. Peter's Bay, 


. .add 11 


Jebogue River, 


.add 2 15 


Seal Island, ' • ' ' 


. .add 1 13 


Jedore Harbour, / • • 


.sub 4 


Sydney Harbor, C. B, 


. .add 1 11 


Jourimain I, . 


.jidd 1 41 


Tusket River, Pinch-gut 
Island, 


. .add 1 44 


Liscomb Harbour, 


.add 11 


La Have, 


.add 2 


Tracadie Harbour, 


. .sub 49 


Lunenburg 


.add 5 


Trinity Bay, Newfld, 


. .sub 27 


Liverpool Bay, ' ' , 


.add 1 


Vin Bav. ' ^ '" 


. .sub 2 4 


L'Etang Harbour, 


.add 3 30 


West Bay, 


. .add 4 15 


Lcproau Br.y, 


.a.M 3 29 


Wi>sipi>rt, 


. .add 2 54 


Loiiisburg Harbor, C. B. . 


add 11 


Wliitohavon, 


..add Oil 


Martin Hiver, 


.sub 6 


West ()uoddv Head, 


. .add 3 23 


Machias, Seal Lsland, 


. add 3 16 


Welohpool, ( ;ampobella Is 


. .add 3 32 


Mabou Ri\ er, 


.add 1 11 


Watc-ring Cove, Sheet ) 
bour, 1 


. .add 17 


Magdalen Islands, 


.add 31 


Menaclieu Bay, 


.add 26 


'\Vallace II arbour. 


..add 2 41 


IMerigomisb Harbour, 


.add 2 17 


Yarmouth llarlinur. 


..add 2 20 


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IS. S. SBOWN & GO. 

,,- ..WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, *- j-. .. ^ 

Jewellers and Silversmiths, 

V i X ? ^ f* 5 "^ (ESTABLISHED A. D. 1840.) /\ T .r ^t i jt ) 

128 GRANVILLE STREET, HALIFAX, N. S. 

Are constantly adding all desirable novelties, as they tire ifroduoed, to 
their already extensive and valuable stock, which includes 

iqi uj V/A .' (ci'jiwt.. all styles of '»- ^-^ ,;. •iii-.v* J.i■^.' ~-^ 

Ladies' and Gentlemen's "Watches, 

DIAMOND AND CEMt RINGS, 



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Sterling Silver and Electro-Plated Wares. 

Fill IVORY mm mmi etc. 

Comprisiug everything needful for tho Housekeepar— uud a very large 
F '^'/m» V V range of nrticles suitable for :, >.,i 



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PRESENTS: 



Whitby Jet, Britannia Metal Goods, Eye 
^^^ ,,, Glasses, Spectacles, &c., &c. 

PKICES AND PABTICILABS lUBNISHKD ON APPLICATION. 

Special attention given to Orders by Mail. -T 

' X. 13. — The hj^host prices allowed for Old Silver in Cash or 

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SELLING AGENTS FOU THE | - j ^^ ^ 

GOSSAMER WATERPROOFS 

OP THE GENUINE QUALITY. 

Ladies' Circulars 05.00 

" Newports 6.00 

Gentlemen's Coats and Ulsters $10 to $12 

Weight 12 to 16 ozs., perfectly waterproof, and can be 
carried in the pocket. 

SESD FOB ILLUSTBATED CIBCULAB AND PBICE lilBT. 

IBLACK SILKSI 

F^DCtx^jf $Mk%i ^Mm sinidl @^llap@i Mk^t 
MAHTLES, CLOAKS, SHAWLS, 

French Mekinos and Cashmeres in Black and 

Fashionable Shades. 

Laoe Goods, Ribbons, Silk Ties, &.>. 



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DEPARTMENT OF LAW AND JUSTICE. 



SUPREME COURT OF CANADA. 

Chief Justice— ($S,i)00)~I/on Willinm Jolinston Kitchie. 

Judffcs — ($7,000 each) — Hon Sniniicl Hcnrv Stroiif;, /A^h TcleflphOfo 
Fouruiur, Jlon William A. Henry, /Ion II. E. Tnschorcuu, JIvn J. W. 
GwVnnc. 

]ici/istrar and Reporter — (S2,fiOO) — llobcrt Cnssclx, Jr. 

This Court and the Exchcciiicr Court were organized under the pro- 
vinioiis of 38 Vic., cnj*. I!. 

The Supreme Court hiiH both original and api)ellato jurisdiction — 
On'(/iriul, us to (1) hal>enK cor|)UH in criminal and extradition cascn; (2) 
judicial opinioHH to the Crown ; (3) private hills and jH'tiiions ihc.rcior 
referred hy the Senate or House of Commons; and (1) civil suits in 
which the validity of n Dominion or Provincial Act is (jucstioncd. 
Appellate, in appeals (1) from the Exchequer Court; (2) from the 
Provincial Courts; {:)) in habeas corpus cases; and (4^ in election 
cades. 



THE EXCHEQUER COURT OF CANADA. 

The Exchecjuer Court has orijrinal jurisdiction (I) in revenue cases, 
(2) in civil suits when the Oown for the Dominion is plaintift", (^) 
controversies between the Dominion and the Province, or between two 
Provinces. 

The Judges and officers are the same us in the Supreme Court. 



SUPREME COURT OF NOVA SCOTIA. 

irAVING LAW AND EQUITY JUKISUICTION THKOUGHOUT THK I'UOVINCK, 

CiiiKP JusTiCK, (S5,000), Sir Wm. Younjr, Kt. Equity Juuok, 
($5,000), and Judqe of the Supreme Court, Hon John W. Kitchie. 
Assistant Judges, (Sl.OOO) Hon Williiiin Fvedk. Dcsljarres, JImi Huj^'h 
McDonald, lion Henry W. Smith, Jlon Alexander James unU Hon 
Robert L. Weaiherbc. 

The Judge in Equity sits to attend to Equity business every Monday 
and Wednesday, when business requires, Cexcept in vacation), in the 
New Court House, at 11 o'clock A. M. 

Attorneij General, f'$l,GOO), //o?j J. S. D. Thompson. 

Ma8tkk8 — Halifax, Henry C. D. Twining, Hugh Hartshornc, Wm 
Howe, Wm Twining, JJenjamiin G. Gray, Wm F. MacCoy, 1^. W. 
DosHarrcs, E. C. Crawley, J. Harvey Frith, J. Parsons ; Pictou, Edward 
Roach, James Fogo ; Yarmouth, Thomas D, Chipman, James Murray ; 
Shelburne, Thos Johnson ; Barrington, Gabriel Roberts* m ; Hants, David 
Frieze, Wm H. Bbinchard ; Kings, George A. Blanchard, Stephen H. 
Moore, James R. Prcscott ; f<unenhiuyh, James Dowli'ig; Annapolis, 
Thomas Willinm Chcsley, Timothy D. Rugglcs, James Gray, Edward 
C. Cowling, Albert Morse, George Wootlbury, J. M. Owen ; Queens, 
Robert Roberts, J. N. S. Marshall, Geo. T. Moo»*e ; Antif/onish, Henry 
P. Hill ; Colchester, Jas. F. Blanchard ; Inverness, Samuel McDonnell ; 
Dighy, William B. Stewart. 

Reporters, Benjamin ]lussell, Sninjiel A. (^heslcy. Crier of Supreme 
Court, John Murphy. Librarian, (ieorge A. Allison. 



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Offlcors atid TermB of the Supremo Court. 




"At Halifax thero are two SUtinKa and one Term of tlieCoiut. — The Sittings 
boiiifj; lield for Trinl of CAu^es, November and Aiiril; and the Term for Ar^juineiit 
of Ap|>ea'«, &o., begins ou the second Tuesday of Ducember, and exteuds until the 
first Tuesday of Ai)ril. 

COUKT OF DIVORCE AND MATRIMONIAL CAUSES. 

Judge Oidinary, the Jndsfo in Equity, with appeal to the Supreme 
Court. Registrar, James H. Thorne. 



VICE-ADMIRALTY and PRIZE JURISDICTION COURT. 

y. I ('- Admiral, the Governor-General. Judge, (S600) Sir William 

Youn<', iJ.. riiief Justice. Advocate. General, SiiR- 

uoGATjffis Ixidifur. John C. Halliburton, Samuel P. Fairbanks, 
Nepean Cuirke, Hugh llartshorne, Wm. Twining^, B. H. Eaton ; 
W-Hfe. il'v, .Mcx McFarlane; Truro, Ebcnczer F. Munro ; Fictuu, 
Ji h\! i). Pi'Lc' i ; Gui .borunij,'\, Si -wart Campl)ell; Itec.-Gen. ofJJroits, 
C. li '■ luili' i. llcgi'atrar, liCwis W. IJeslJarres. Marshal, Joseph 
Bell. Adoi^rfUcs ik,nd Proctorx, the Barristers and Attornics of the 
SuprciiK '"i.itr*. Inicrprcter and Translator, F. C Sumichrast. 
Bank of Li^i'csiu, Tiic Bank of British North America. 



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Kiiml. (!lii >Tii«n. 
lUinry Hal ly, 
J no. F«rgiiiM)ii. 
N. Frfoiimti. 
TlK.'wmn T. .Itian. 
(.^oriieiiufi White 
r.Vr Horoor. ' 
A. Taylor, Jr. 
Mlxo A. Murray. 


Yurinoiitli 


COMMISSIONERS BKSIDINO WTTJIOUT THE j^KO- 

VINOB, AND APPOINTED TO DO ACTS WITHOUT 

THE PKOVINCE UNDER Beo. 64. Oh. m, B. 8. 

Ik tub Uhitkii KiNoroM — Alex l*«tter?ion Puvvejs, EdlnKorgh ; 
Ilnjjli JHmcR Hollo, 14 Young Street, KdinSnirirfi; (/h«Hi'S Knson, 
GlanROW ; Geo TI109 Hni^h, Liv«rpooi ; Ali»rcd Hcales, 45 Cnrterg' j 
Lane, Doctorsi Commond, Trf)n(lon ; EHStflro Anderson, 17 homuimiien 
LaiMi, London ; Edwd Wfll>h, London; Thos Sunford Kolph, 1» ThrOff- [ 
morton Struct, London ; William Annnnd, I^mdosi ; lUcimrd Thomf«« ; 
Andrew Smith, No. i Calverloy, Mount Tunbridg:* W«ll»; AWx 
Gilleupie, jr, Ijondon ; Senton F. T«vJor, 5 Graj's Inn Bqoaro, 
London; Win D. Treshflcid, 5 Bank feulldinKS, liondoin ; John A. 
Mnttoson Aitfttin, Trewedo ; Wm. Law Gane, 54i HisbofMipfatc Strn«t 
wiiliin, London : Henry K. Pollock, 4 Great Winrhester ftt, London; 
John Hand. 6 Qooon Victoria Street^ Londoti. 

B. ; X. Hcrl>ert Vail, St John, N. B. ; Qm M. BurbridK«, St John, N. 
B.; Saml Gay Morse. Hopowell, Albert Co, N. B. ; Hon Levi Buprglcd 

Montreal; Henry Jaincs Morgan, Ottawa; 11. J. Meakstecd, Ottawa; 
ThoniaB Kelly, Sammersidc, P. E, I. 

In the UnVi Ki) Statkr op America.— Arthur J. Mcl^eod, Boston ; 
JameH B.Bell, Boston; Edwd J. Jauieti, Boston; Htiiinian B.Allen, 
Boston; Joscuh B. Bratnan, IkiKton; Fnink Seamau, Ronton; Fred 
P. Fairbanks, New York; W. E. Scovill, I20 Brondway, N. Y. ; 
Graeme M. Wilson, Bay City, Michigan ; Joseph J. K. Plant, Waih- 
intjton, D. C. 

India. — Lieut Genl Donald M. Stewart, Bengal; Major Gen Michael 
A S. Biddult.h, Bengal. - . , ^ 



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■ """NAMES, j » 


Admitted 
Banl.>*terH. 


Admitted 
AttoniicH. 


Kesidonce. 


James S. Moroc, 


11 Oct. 


1810 


11 Oct. 


1810 


Amherst,. 


S. P. Fairbanks, qc , 


15 April, 


1818 


15 April, 


1817 


Halifax. 


George T. Solomon, 


19 April, 


1821 


19 April, 


1810 


Lunenburg. 


George R. Grassie, 


13 April, 


1 825 


13 April, 


1824 


Annapolis, Py. 


Hugh Ilarttthorne, dcl., 


24 July, 


1827 


24 July, 


1827 


Halifax. 


James A. Dcnnison 


23 Oct. 


1827 


24 Oct. 


1826 


Dighy. 


Uobert B. Dickson, 


23 Oct. 


1827 


24 Oct. 


182<" 


Parrsboro'. 


M. I. W;, na, QC, 


22 Jan. 


1828 


22 Jan. 


1828 


Halifax,Prot'y 


Edward H, Harrington, 


28 Oct. 


1828 


23 Oct. 


1827 


Halifax. 


Stephen H. Moore, nc, 


27 Jan. 


1829 


22 Jan. 


1828 


Kentvillc. 


John C. Hallibuiton, 


28 Jnly, 


1829 


22 Julv, 


1828 


Halifax. 


William H. Keating, 


3 Nov. 


1829 


28 Oct'. 


1828 


Do. R. Dds 


William Suthfjriand, qo. 


3 Nov. 


1829 


28 Oct. 


1828 


Do. 


Henry Pryor, dol., qc. 
Thomas B. Aikina, dcl. 


25 Jan. 


1831 


25 Jan. 


1831 


Halifax. , , 


3 May, 


1831 


4 May, 


18.30 


Do. Hi) >] 


Nepean Clarke, 


30 Oct. 


1832 


1 Nov. 


1831 


Halifax. '•"'" 


A. M. Uniacke, Dcr,., 


29 Oct. ; 


1833 


29 Oct. 1 


1833 


England. 


Hon. R. B. Dickey qc., 


21 Jan. 


1834 


22 Jan. 1 


1833 


Amherst. 


Daniel Owen, 


29 April, 


1834 


30 April, 


1833 


Lunenburg. 


Henry A. Grantham, qc. 


4 Nov. 


1834 


29 Oct. 


18.33 


Yarmouth. 


John D. ICinncar, 


2() July, 


1836 


25 July, 1 


1835 


Amherst,^,-, ,^ 


John McGregor, 


1 Nov. 


1836 


3 Nov. ] 


1835 


Halifjxx. * ;. 


EfKjnezer F. Munro, 


16 Jan. 


18.37 


14 Jan. ] 


836 


Truro. 


William C. Whidden, 


31 Oct. ] 


1837 


I Nov. 1 


836 


Shclburne, 


David Mathoson, 


31 Oct. ] 


1837 


1 Nov. 1 


836 


Pictou,Prot!i'y 


Peter Lynch, qc. 


31 Oct. 1 


1837 


1 Nov. ] 


836 


Halifax. 


Henry P. Hill, .. 


l« Ja"n. 1 


838 


18 Jan. 1 


837 


AntigonishjSh 


James Fogd, qo.;"''*' •' 


1 May, 1 


838 


2 May, ] 


837 


Pictou. 


Hon S. L. Shannon, qc. 


16 Jan. i 


839 


16 Jan. 1 


839 


Halifax. ..iit.'ju 


Henry C ]). Twining, 


30 April, ] 


839 


31 May, 1 


838 


Do. 


Jmrnes Robert Prescott, 


30 April, ] 


839 


30 April, 1 


839 


Kentvillc. 


Edward A. Pyko, 


23 July, 1 


18.39 


24 July, 1 


838 


Cornwallis. 


William Howe, qc, 


23 July, 1 


839 


23 July, 1 


839 


Halifax,Rogl*r 


John C. Wade, qc, 


24 July, 1 


841 


28 Julv, 1 


840 


Digby. 


James Murray, 


26 July, ] 


842 


27 April, 1 


841 


Yannouth. 


Alfred F. Haliburton, 


18 April, 1 


843 


19 April, 1 


842 


Baddeck. 


John D. McNntt, 


7 May, 1 


844 


29 April, 1 


842 


Truro. ifl 


T. D. Riiggles, QC, 


7Ma>', 1 


844 


18 April, 1 


843 


Bridgetown. 


£ro« P. C. Ilill,r>CL.,QC 


7 May, 1 


844 


7 May, 1 


844 


Halifax. . 


James Hall Thome, 


23 July, 1 


844 


23 July, 1 


844 


Halifax, '^'i.^') 


Hon A. McFarhine, qc, 


3 Dec. 1 


844 


5 Dec. 1 


843 1 


Wallace. 


Charles James Stewart, 


6 May, 1 


845 


7 May, 1 


844 


Amherst. 


Edward P. Nutting, 


6 May, 1 


845 


7 May, 1 


844 


Halifax. 


William R. Cutler, 


22 July, 1 


845 


23 July, 1 


844 


Arichat. 


John McKinlay, 


22 July, 1 


845 


23 July, 1 


844 


Pictou. i 


Peter H. IxjNoir, qc 


20 April, 1 


847 


22 April, 1 


846 


Halifax. J I 


Richard Sands, Jr., 


20 April, 1 


847; 


20 April, 1 


857 


Granville. 


Francis S. Be." lish, ; 


26 July, ] 


847' 


28 July, 1 


840 


Halifax. 


James Thomson, qc, I 


24 July, 1 


848 '^f, July, 1 


846 


Halifax. V? 


Wm A. Johnston, QC, ■ 


16 April, ] 


849 


April, 1 


849 


Windsor. 



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GeorjL 
Robt. 
Thon 
Samn 
O.S.^ 
Wm. 
Hon I 

§ Brent 
Fitzg( 
Geor^ 
James 
Henrj 
J. No 
James 
^ A. J. 
S Thos 
^ John 
Robie 
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N. W 
N. Le 
Hon. 
Stcph 
Henr} 
Edwa 
John 
Thorn 
Saml. 
Israel 
Willif 
Sainu 
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1880; 


ALMANACK. '" 




89 




NAMKS. 


Adinlttc: 
ItarriHten 


4. 


AtlinittcU 
Attoriiiea. 


Rpuldpiicc. 

* 




Will'mm Twininp;, 


.•I Dec. 1 


849 


4 Dec. 


1848 


Hfllilnx. 




Isuivc J. WyMe, 


*22 Jnlv, 1 


850 


23 July, ] 


849 


Do. 




William II. lilnnoluml, 


2 Dec. 1 


8.')0 


3 Dec. 1 


849 


Windsor. 




M 11. llichcy, qc, 


2 Dec. 1 


850 


3 Dec. 1 


849 


Halifax. 




William R. ■ChntuUer, 


21 July, 1 


8.51 


26 July, 1 


836 


Arichat. 




lion Jas. McDonald, QC, 


22 Dec. 1 


8.')! 


2 Dec. 1 


8.50 


Halifax. 


4i 


Benjamin G. (iray, 


22 Dec. 1 


8.51 


22 Dec. 1 


851 


Do. 


9 


J /on Dan McDonald, qc. 


19 April, 


852 


21 April, 1 


851 


Antigonish 


t 


J. N. S. -Mrtrshall, qc. 


2f)July, 1 


852 


21 July, 1 


851 


Liverpool. 


Si 


j 1*. S. Hamilton, 


2'.> Nov. ] 


852 


22 Dec. 1 


851 


Halifax. 


1 Lewis W. Dftsharros, 


18 April, 


IS.M 


19 April, 1 


852 


Do. 


to 


i (ieor{,'e A. MoKenzio, 


19 April, ! 


8.53 


22 Dec. 1 


851 


Pictou. 


< 


! Uol)t. G. Halihurton.QC 


S.'iJuly, 1 


8.53 


25 July, ] 


853 


Ottawa. 


Thomas J. Wallace, 


28 Nov. ] 


18.53 


28 Nov. 1 


8.53 


Halifax. 


^ 

Al 


Samnel W DeBlois, 


17 April 1 


854 


10 April, 1 


852 


Do. 




O.S. Weeks, qc. 


4 Dec. ] 


8.54 


28 Nov. ] 


1853 


Windsor. 




Wm. M. FuUerfon, qc. 


16 April, 1 


1855 


25 July, ] 


856 


Amherst. 


lion HAN Kaalback,QC 


1 Dec. ] 


856 


3 Dec. 1 


855 Lunenburg. 


Brenton H. Collins, 


1 Dec. ] 


1856 


3 Dec. ] 


1 8.55! England. 


» 


Fitzgerald Cochran, 


1 Dec. ] 


856 


3 Dec. ] 


1855 Halifax. 


g 


George Campbell, 


1 Dec. ] 


1856 


3 Dec. 1 


1 855 1 Truro. 


James J. Kerr, 


1 Doc. ] 


856 


3 Dec. 1 


.855'Amherst. 


Henry Oldright, 


30 Nov. 


1857 


1 Dec. ] 


1856 Halifax. 


c« 


J. Norman Ritchie, qc. 


30 Nov. ] 


1857 


30 Nov. ] 


1857 


Do. 




James Dennison, 


10 May, 


1858 


1 Dec. 1 


1356 


Digby. 


o 


A. J. White, QC, 


10 May, 1 


1858 


11 May, ] 


1857 


Sydney, CB. 


g 


Thos W. Chesley, q.c 


10 May, 1 


1858 


11 Mav, 


1857 


Bridgetown. 


John T. Smith,' ' 


10 May, ] 


858 


11 May, 


1857 


Amherst. 


(4 


Robie Uniacke, 


2 Aug. 1 


1858 


2 Aug. ] 


1858 


Halifax. 


(t 


Jas. W. K. Johnston, 


29 Dec. 


1859 


4 Jan. ] 


859 


Halifax. 


4) 


N. W. White, QC, 


29 Dec. ] 


1859 


4 Jan. 1 


18.59 


Shp'bume. 


^ 


N. LeG. McKay, qc. 


31 Dec. ] 


859 


4 Jan. 


185? 


«^iney, C.B. 


^ 


Hon. Wm Miller, qc. 


31 May, ] 


I860 


31 May, 


I860 


Arichat. 


;] 


Stephen L. Purves, 


2 Aug. 


I860 


23 July, 


1859 


N.Sydncy,C.B 


(i 


Henry W. Johnston, 


21 Nov. 


I860 


21 Nov. 


I860 


Halifax. 


n 


Edward D. Trcm<.m, 


18 July, 


1861 


31 Mav, 


1860 


Port Hood 





John W. Ous'iley, qc 


23 July, 1 


1861 


31 May, 


1860 


Windsor. 




n 


Thomas C. Hill, 


23 July, 


1861 


25 July, 


1860 


Sydnev, C.B. 


*rD 


Saml. MacDonnell, qc 


21 April, 


1862 


8 April, 


1860 


Port lllood. 


« 


Israel Longworth, 


3 Dee. 


1862 


8 Dec. 


1861 


Truro. 


William H. Hill, 


10 Aug. 


1863 


1 2 May, 


1802 


Halifax. 


Samuel H. Gray, 


11 Dec. 


1863 


1 1 Dec. 


1862 


Anna])oli8. 




William F. McCoy, qc 


30 April, 


1 864 


29 April, 


1 863 


Flalifax. 




Mnlachy B. Daly, 


10 M'A\', 


1804 


10 May, 


1864 


Do. 




Frederick W. Bent, 


28 July, 


1804 


24 Julv, 


1803 


Amherst. 




Brenton II. Eaton, 


11 Oct. 


1804 


11 Oct. 


1804 


Halifax. 




Samuel G. Rigbv, q.c 


13 Oct. 


1S64 


8 0:'t. 


1803 


Halifax. 




W, D. Sutherland, 


7 Dec. 


1804 


7 Dec. 


1804 


Do. 




John Y, Payzant, 


7 Dec. 


1864 


7 Dec. 


1804 


Do. . 




Robert Motfin, q.c 


31 Dec. 


1804 


7 Dec. 


1864 


Do. 




William H. Owen, qc, 


23 March 


18ti5 


23 Mar. 


1864 


Bi'idgewater. 




James G. Fruiter, qc, 


7 April, 


1865 


10 May, 


1864 


Halifax. 



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90 BELCIIEU'S 


FA KM Ell's 


[188tJ 


NAMES. 


Adinittnd 
Il.-\rrirtt(ii-rt. 


Ailinltteil 
AtU>i'iii(w. 


Beaidenco. 


Simon H. Holmos, 


10 April, 


[805 


9 Aug. 1 


864 


Piciou. 


John M. Viets, 


25 April, 1 


865 


10 May, 1 


864 


Digby. 


James 11. Hearn, 


2 May, 1 


865 


2 May, 1 


865 


N.Sydncy,C.B 


Murray Dodd, Qc. 


2 May, 1 


1865 


2 May, 1 


86.^ 


Do. 


Uol)crt N. Henry, 


2 May, ] 


1865 


2 May, 


1865 


Antigonish. 


Kobio S. Morse, 


2 May, 


1865 


2 May, 


1865 


Amhcr.st. 


Jatncs A. Frasor, 


14 July, 


1805 


9 Aug. 


864 


New Glasgow. 


7/o;». J.S. D.Thompson, 


2') July, 


1865 


25 July, 1 


1 865 


Halifax, 


AU>ert Morse, 


3 Aug. 1 


1865 


10 May, 


1864 


B rid gti town. 


Douglas B. Wood worth, 


24 Oct. 


1865 


24 Oct. ] 


865 


Kentvillc. 


diaries J. Townshcud, 


8 May, 


1866 


8 May, 1 


1866 


Amherst. i 


Thomas Uitchio, 


8 May, 


1866 


8 May, 1 


1866 


Halifax. 


John D. McLeo(l, qc. 


6 Doc. . 


1866 


6 Dec. ] 


1866 


PIctou. 


Hon Tjawreiu^ G. Power, 


7 J)ec. 


1866 


7 Dec. 


1866 


HHJifax. 


F. MelviUo Whiddon, 


22 Oct. 


1867 


22 Oct. 


1867 


Halifax. 


Frederick J. Tremain, 


22 Oct. 


1867 


22 Oct. 


1867 


UalWax. 


Sandford H. Pelton, qc. 


22 Oct. 


1867 


22 Oct. 


1867 


Yarmouth. 


Joseph J. Moore, llu., 
W. Infrlis Moffatt, 


22 Oct. 


1867 


22 Oct. 1 


1867 


Kentvillc. 


22 Oct. ] 


1867 


22 Oct. 1 


1»67 


Amherst. 


James Foley, 


7 Dec. 


1867 


22 Oct. ] 


1867 


Halifax. 


Edwin D. King, 


7 Dec. 


1867 


7 Dec. 1 


1867 


Do. 


Charles Taylor, 


18 May, 1 


1868 


18 May, 1 


1868 


Halifax, r^^'. 


George H. Elliott, 


18 May, ] 


1868 


18 May, 1 


1868 


Pictou. 


Edm. J. Cogswell, llb. 


27 July, 1 


1868 


27 July, ] 


1868;Kentville. 1 


C Beverley Bullock, 
E. Tilton Moseloy, 


1 Aug. 


1868 


8 Aug. 


1868 Halifax. | 


26 Aug. 1 


1868 


26 Aug. 


1868 


Sydney, C.B. 


Martin J. Griffin, 


26 Aug. ] 


1868 


26 Aug. ] 


1868 


Halifax. 


Harris 11, Bligh, 


2 Nov, ] 


1868 


2 Nov. 


1868 


Do. 


Fred. A. Lawrence, qc, 


37 April, ] 


1869 


27 April, 


1869 


Truro. 


Charles E Ratchford, 


2 Aug. ] 


1669 


2 Aug. 


1869 


Amherst. 


Aubrey Blauchard, 


2 Aug. 


1869 


2 Aug. ] 


1869 


Windsor. 


George T. Moore, 


12 Aug. ] 


1869 


12 Aug. ] 


1869 


Liverpool. 


John M. Jones, 


80 Oct. 


1869 


30 Oct. ] 


1869 


Halifax. 


Jas. W. Bingay, 


30 Oct. ] 


1869 


30 Oct. ] 


1869 


Yarmouth. 


Jacob M. Owen, 


30 Oct. ] 


1869 


30 Oct. ] 


1869 


Annapolis. 


Thos. E. Coming, 


30 Oct. ] 


869 


30 Oct, ] 


869 


Yarmouth. 


John P. Chipman, 


30 Oct. 1 


869 


30 Oct. ] 


1869 


Kentvillc. 


Jason M. Mack, 


31 Oct. ] 


1869 


31 Oct. 1 


869 


Liverpool. 


Chas. E. DeWoIf, 


19 July 1 


870 


19 July, ] 


870 


Windsor. 


George W. Ritchie, 


19 July, ] 


1870' 19 July, ] 


870 


Halifax. 


Thos. C. Shre\ ^, qc, 


19 July, ] 


l870 19Julv, 1 


870 


Digby. 


Leander S. Morsv^, 


19 July, 1 


1870 19 July, ] 


870 


Bridgetown. 


Stephen B. Muiraj, 


30 Dec. ] 


1870|30 Dec. ] 


870 


Yarmouth. 


Wm. Robert Foster, 


31 Dec. ] 


1870,31 Dec. 1 


870 


Halifax. 


John Ervin, Jr., 


31 Dec. ] 


1870 31 Dec. 1 


870 


do. . f ■ i 


Robert N. Davis 


31 Dec. ] 


1870 31 Dec. 1 


870 


Do. 


Thomas B. Flint, 


5 Dec. ] 


1871 


5 Dec. 1 


871 


Yarmouth. 


Charles S. Harrington, 


9 Dec. ] 


1871 


16 Oct. 1 


871 


Halifax. 


Angus Mclsaac, 


6 Dec. 1 


1871 


6 Dec. ] 


871 


Antigonish. 


Wallace Graham, 


6 Dec. ] 


1871 


9 Dec. ] 


871 


Halitax. 


Geo. H. King, 


9 Dec. ] 


1871 


9 Dec. 1 


871 


Windsor. 


Alex H. McGUlivray, 


9 Dec. ] 


1871 


9 Dec. 1 


1871 Guysboro'. 



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NAMKB. 



Nicliotas II. Moaghor, 
CImrlt's J. McDonald, 
J. H. Frith, 
J Julinston Hunt, 
Harclny VYoli.iter, 
John II. McDonald, 
Jolin J. McKinnon, Jr., 
Colin N. Campbell, 
Kufus A. Trcmaiii, Q.c. 
ncnjainin RiishcI, 
KolHjrt Scdt;\vick, 
Byron A. Weston, 
John M. Goldort, 
Duncan C. Fra«or, 
Nonnan I. Layton, 
John M. Chisholm, 
Harry T. Ilarditi^, 
Ilutjh McD. Henry, 
Samuel A. Chesley, 
Herbert Bourinot, 
Donald Gillies, 
John G. Fyke, 
Geo. Bingay, 
Danl. M. Owen,-"* 
Seymour E. Gourley, 
James J. Stewart, 
E. Sydney Crawley, 
Fletcher B. Wade, 
George A. Ross, 
Edwin Rugglos, ■. ^i 
John B. Mills, 
John T. Bulmer, 
Joseph P. Costio, 
J, A. Gillies, 
J. W. Longley, b.a. 
Chas D. McDonald, 
J. G. Hcnnigar P.-vrker, 
J. Medley Townsliend, 
William T. Pipes, 
George K. Smith, 
William B. McSweouy, 
Charles R. Smith, 
W. E. Roscoe, , .... 
G. T. Bohaker, . 
Jame<i D. Ross, {'• »>, 
John W. WHllace, 
Alex C. Patterson 
Frank C. Blanchard, 
Arcbd. J. Sinclair, 
William L. Barss. 
J<)!iiitban Parsons, 
Geo. H. Fioiding, 



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31 JaD. 
17 July, 

C Feb. 
.31 Dec. 
17 July, 
17 July, 
17 July, 
17 July, 
17 Julv, 

4 Dec. 

1 May, 
19 July, 

19 July, 
26 July, 

22 July, 
4 Dec. 

4 Dec. 
8 Jan. 
3 Dec. 

3 Dec. 

20 July, 

23 July, 

23 July, 

5 Aug. 

24 July, 
24 July, 

4 Jany, 
20 July, 
20 July, 
20 July, 

20 July, 

21 July, 

22 July, 
24 Aug.. 

10 Sep., 
G Nov., 

11 Dec. 
16 Dec. 
16 Dec. 

29 Dec. 

30 Dec. 
10 Jan. 
19 May, 
19 April, 
13 Dec. 
13 Dec. 
13 Dec. 
13 Dec. 
13 Dec- 
13 Doc. 

13 Dec. 

14 Dec. 



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872 
872 
872 31 
872 17 

872 
872 
872 
872 
872 
873 
873 
873 
873 
873 
873 
873 
874 
873 
873 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
874 
875 
875 
875 
875 
875 
875 
875 
875 
875 



875 

875 

875 

875 

875 

876 

876 

876 

876 

876 

876 

876|l3 

876 13 

876' 13 

877,13 

876 14 



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17 
17 
17 
14 
1 
19 
19 
26 
22 
4 
4 
8 
3 
3 
20 
23 
23 
3 
24 
24 
4 
20 
20 
20 
20 
21 
22 
24 
10 
6 
11 
16 
16 
29 

10 
19 
19 
13 
13 
13 



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Attoriii 


•i«. 


Jan. 


1872 


July. 


1872 


Feb. 


1871 


Dec. 


1872 


July, 


187:J 


Julv, 


1872 


July, 


1872 


July, 


1872 


July, 


1872 


Dec. 


1872 


May, 


1873 


July, 


1873 


July, 


1873 


July, 


1873 


July, 


1873 


Dec. 


1873 


Dec. 


1873 


Jan. 


1874 


Dec. 


1873 


Dec. 


1873 


July, 


1874 


July, 


1874 


July, 


1874 


Aug, 


1874 


July, 


1874 


July, 


1874 


Jan, 


1874 


July, 


1875 


July, 


1875 


J«>iy, 


1875 


July, 


1875 


July, 


1875 


July, 


1875 


Aug, 


1875 


Sept, 


1875 


Nov, 


1875 


Dec, 


1875 


Deo, 


1875 


Doc. 


1875 


Dec. 


1875 


Jany, 


1876 


May, 


1876 


April. 


1876 


Dec. 


1876 


Dec. 


1876 


Dec. 


1876 


Dec. 


1876 


Dec. 


1876 


Dec. 


1876 


Dec. 


1876 


Doc. 


1876 



It*wi<l(*nce. 



Halifax. 
Halifax. 

Do. 
Halifax. 
Kentvillo. 
Sbelburnc. 
Antigonish. 
Bad deck. 
Guysboro*. 
Halifax. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 
New Glasgow. 
Truro. 
Halifax 
.Maitland. 
Halifax. 
Halifax. 
Sydney. 
Port Hood. 
Liverpool. 
Yarmouth. 
Lunenburg. 
Truro. 
Halifax. 
Wolfville. 
Bridgewater. 
Lunouburg. 
Bridgetown. 
Annapolis. 
Halifax. 

Do. 
Sydney, C. B. 
lialitax. 
Pictou. 
Bridgetown 
Amherst. 

Do. 
Halifax. 

Do. 
Amherst 
Kentvillc. 
Middleton. 

Do. 
Wolfville. 
Truro. 
Shelburne. 
Halifax. 

Do. 

Do. 

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NAMKS. 



Snml. 1). McLennan, 
J. J. McChIm!, 
John McGillivmy, 
Robert O. Mutiru, 
Hugli McKcnzio, 
W. Modford ('Urmlu'., 
FixHierifk Peters, 
Chnrlofl 11 Tnpiier, 
JattJ. Hitchie, Jr., ll.b., 
JameM M. Ox lev, 
Angus 8. Mc(jiliivray, 
Goorjro Johnson, 
Stephen Rand, 
Wiliiam Curry, 
John A. Macl)ona1<l, 
Daniel M. McDonnell, 
Henry W. C. Boak, 
Blowers Archibald, 
Arthur R. Dickoy, 
Alexander Macdonaid, 
RolMrt L. Borden, ' 
Francis H. Boll, b.a. 
Williant B. Ross, 
Jamea 'McO. Stewart, 
J. Millen Robinson, o.a. 
John T. Rom, 
Walter 8. DooU, b.a. 
Frederick P. Outram, 
WiUiam A. Dickson, 
Roliert Robertson, b.a. 
David A. Hoarn, 
Frederitik Mooley, 
Charles E. Tanner, 



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Jan. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Doc. 

Dec. 

Doc. 

Deo. 

Doc. 

Doc. 

June 

June 

July, 

July, 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Doe. 

Dec. 

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Dec. 

Jhu. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Doc. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

June 

June 

July, 

July, 

Aflg. 

Aug. 

Aug, 

Aug. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 



RcnidMnop. 



1876 Truro. 

1876 Do. 

1877 New Glasgow. 
1877 Di^bv. 

1877 Truro. 
1877 Windsor. 
1877 P. E. Island. 
lH77:HHlirMX. 
18771 Do. 
1877( Do. 
1877 Antigonishc. 
1877 Hnlifax. 
1877fKontville. 
1877 Windsor. 
1877 BaddMtk. 

1877 Port IJood. 

1878 Halifax. 

1878 North Sydney. 
1.878 Amherst. 
1878 Halifax. 
1878 Do. 
1878 . Do. 
1878 Do. 
1873 Picton. 
1876 Halifax. 
1878 Do. 
1878 Do. 
1878 Do. 
1878 Picton. 
1878^Yannooth. 
1878 Arichat. 
1878 Halifex. 
1878 Pictou. 



a:^ The Barristers and Attornies also hokl ccmmissioofl as Notaries 
Public. 



Form of Affidavit to be annexed to any aceouvt or claim rewlered by a 
creditin' to an exMutttr tw* adminiitratoi'. 



A. n. of- 



-, makpth oath and fiaith, that the foregoing paper writing 



doth contain a true and correct account of hiA demand againnt the eatate 

of , d«'ceiiBi>d, and that ail (he credits to which the deceased waa 

honestly and jiiHtiy entitled, 8o far as deponent believes, have been given 
on naid uocouiit; and that the balauee of ■ m justly and truly owing 
to deitoncut 

Sworn before uio at . this -r^— day of , A* Dm 18 — . 

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misuioncrs to administer affiduvits,,&c., to be used in the Supreme and 
other Courts of New Brunswick. 






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NOVA BCOTIA BARBIBTliBS* BOOIETY. 

Honorary Memberi, the Chief Jnsttice and Jad^eR of the Bnpn^e 
Conrt. Prestdrnt, J. N. Ritchie, Q. C ; Vice- Prt-ii dent, Hon i. 8. t>. 
Thompaon ; Trttmerer, tlon S. L. Shannon, Q. C. ; Council, The 
President, Vice-President and Treasnrer, M. B. Daly, 8. 0. Rigby and 
John Y. Pazunt. Secretary, W. R. FoKtcr, Esq. 



OOEOKBRS. 



,,t.-,,. 



CouwTT or AwNAPOLi 8— Gilbert F. Ditinan, Stcph Crosscup, 
Isanc B. Bunnctt, Jno Woodburrv, M.n., Geo T. Bingay, m.i>., Zolicdiah 
Crosscup, Snml McCbrmack, llobt J. Rllison, m.d., Jno Bdlmker, Ihumc 
Dunn, Ohndiah Parker, Samuel C. Kopc, Weston A Fowlor, Ilonry F. 
Burns, Samuel Primrose, m.d., Charles W. Parker, John Charlton, 
Leandcr R. Mone. 

County of Aktiqomi8ii — William II. Macdbnald, m.d., Arch 
McGillivray, Edmund Corbctt, Alex Mcintosh, m.u., Meil Sutl^rland, 
M.D., J. C. McKinnon, m.d. 

County op Capb Brrton — Millcdge Oakcs, m.d., Lanchlan Bobdrt- 
son, Jas Grcig, Dan McT^rty, Ronald McDonald. 

County op Colcukster— Joa B. Dickie, W. E. McRoberts, 
M.D., Elisha Roach, m.d., Charles Bent, m.d., J. L. Pcppard, m.d., 
George Fulton, David W- Mvir, m.d., E. T. McRobert, m.d., James 
Kerr, m.d. 

County op Cumbbrlahd— Thomas Page, CMis Ward, Joseph 
Clark, Jno T. Salter, H. A. Davison ( '^ktmitoro*), Thos W. Jackson, 
R. J. Scott, Henry A. Darison (River Philip), Robt Mitchell, u.b., 
Bonj 8. Seaman, 8. Howard, m.d., Silaa Pilray, m.d. ' '^ 

County or Dioby— >Robt Stephens, m.d., Lcmnel Morekouse, 
Anselm M. Comeau, Charies Everett, Charles £. Payson, Hennr C. 
Sabean, J. B. G. Morrison, m.d., Hobcrt S^da, m.d., AtchibBid 
Maxwell, m.d., C. H. Denton, John H. Hartrts, m^D., WilliaUi A. 
Ellison. 

Gountt or QvYWiROUo'-^GtuMborom^ Diatriel.i—Kdw I. Connin*- 
ham, J. B. Hadley, Alfred W. Hart. Piatrick McDonald, m.d.. G £. 
Buckley, m.d. St. Mtuy'a Z^'slrtc*— Jno Cnmminger, Alex Falconer, 
M.D.; James Campbell, MJ>. ; t >■ 

CoONTY or HALirAx — Wm Pearson, m.d., Wro H. Weeks, m.d'., 
Alfred Croacher, m.d., Andrew Oowie, m.D., C. K. Bumaby, Edward 
Fsrrell, uj>.t John 8. Brine, Thomaa E. Chaae, m.d., Archibald 
Lawaon, m.d., Edward Jennings, m.d., TIioimmi K. Alnion, M.d., John 
Someri, m.d. 

OouNTf or HufTftx^^no A. Jdtikint, Saml D. Brown, m.d.. F. 
N. Burgess, m.d., C. J. Gosrip, mj>., Samuel M. Weeks, Ii.d., H. P. 
AlmoB. 

ComiTY or iNYEKNBSa — James G. McKten, Duh McLean, Wm 
Grant, Jno Mcintosh, m.d., Dun Campbell, m.d., Tho* WUlmott, M.d., 
Donidd Ciiisholm, m.d., Malcolm Mcl^eod, M^. 

. County or KinOb — Holmes Masters, M.n., C. C. Hamilton, m.d., 
James S. Miller, M.D., Georg* Hamilton, Harris O. McLateht^y,M.D., 
Hcniy Lovett, Gideon Cogsweli, William H. West, Henrio Shaw, m.d., 
Jas F. Palmer, James N. Fitch, m.d., Wni Y. FuUarton, m.d., Burpee 
Beckwith, m.d., Dnniel B. Barker. 

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CouNTir or LuNKmiuiio — Nolnon I'hoidr^t, Dirnivr Dimock, Chnrlog 
Gray, N.D., Williuiu A. C. HhihIhIL m.u'., Wiilinm V. AmlrewK, 
M. n. 1)c9liri8t\y, Ocorgv Kosh, OiviH Lonlly. Jnncph Stovormun, M.it., 
Cbnti Atkitiv, M.D., UiMiry 8. Jaxt, Henry AUlcrH, WinJI. Owvn, Ufr- 
b^rt Smith, M.it., Joh S Cnklcr, Jtuncs K- Patiuliino. / 

County of Pk^toii — UuvmI MiUlict^on, Wm II. Itarnn, I^cwifl 
Johnston, M.n., Johti McKay, Win Friisor, m.i»., Jnnioa II. ColMo, 
M.i>., Hamiul \. Foster , 44«M7r<< Mitmty, M-.ii., iJaiiu'H Milclirll, Jolm 
Smith, M.i>., John F. McDomuIiI, m i>.*, Donald MeUillivniy, m.i>., 
Murdoch 8utliorland, m o. ^ ^ 

CooNTr OK Qukun'9— Jas Forbci, m.d., Jas ColHo,. Jos B. llmlow, 
CoHn Canipljt'II, M. J. Drow, jr. , . 

County Oi' IjliuiiMoM)— lildniund. r. Flynn, {Eurico Kavana;;^, 
Wm nrynior, Ily C Fixott. m.i»., D. Grouchy, CastMuicr Kohert, m..u. 

County of' Hiibi.huknk— Wm J. Bell, Jno J. Schraj^o, m.i*., 
Robert W. Froctnan, J. K. Wilson, m.i>., II. L. Kelly, m.i>., Saiuut;! 
W. Burns, n.u., Juiuos I). Douamoro, m.i>., Banlett F. Covilj. 

Coonty or vtcTOHiA— Jiio McLelhin, J^. G. A. MrKccn, m.d. 

County of Yarmouth — Jan C. FariHh.M.D., Matt JcfTrey, Foi;ni 
UatKold, Nat Hilton, Wm Bartofi, m.d., Tlt«" Kirby, u.v., Q. J 
Farish, m.d., Thos I). CbipBuin, Wm. II. B«iit, m.d. 






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CouNTT OF Anjvapolis—W. Siifirplefl,- Peter Delancoy, David C. 
Xiniidttr«, Kdward Eaton, Dilniel Nichollt, Jbhn Mills, Thuinas C. 
Wheclock, Minor Tapper, Joseph Whecloek, Jno >F. Bath, U6))«rt 
Parker, Koliert Mills 2ff, Andreas Bohaker, Arthur Dodge, Joel Bnn4w, 
Jocden Messenger, Bunniuh Bpinnuy, Ambrow Bent, ilen< William C. 
Whitman Mnrtin Gates, Charles Spurr, Avnnl Longle^, Grnnviile 
Raid, James Whcelock, Jameti E. Pott«r, Joeoph W< 'RobhmH, Amlrew 
II. lUarris, Richard.soB Hnrrfs, Stmthan Bailey, William CrosscuD lit, 
William Woathersixton, William Y. Foster, Jacob Chute, James 
Foator, 'Dimock Cfates, « James W. 8f)mT, Israel MvMair, Henry 
Parsons, William J^ Crossoap, Manly White, Charted M. Forttes, 
Inglts Phinnoy, Isaac D. Vraom, William IHrgie, jr., Stephen B. 
Hennigar, Thomas Holland, James Hoy, Jahn Gates, John Asoph 
Marshall, Muiimy Ifilliott, Joe EHiott, BtstyaminD. TxKtnard, Benjamin 
Fellows, Wm Jl. Thx)p, Wm Shaffher, Beaf Shaflfner, Harrid Foster, 
George Troop, JoUn Bnckfcr, 6. Miirdoch, Samuel DnnioLi, Abraham 
Yoting» Wilftam Iteiorden, Jaoob Neily, Mi^r Stronadi/ Waltir 
Welton, Jno Stoddart, Bernard Calnek-, Samuel McComrick, Joim 
Ky-dor, Ckmrles Whitman, Jno Bice/ Wm Wright, Wm Cerltoii, Geo 
Dittsiara, Dowe D. Pbtter, Thomas A. Margeaon,' William V. Jones 
John G. Balcom, William U. Ray, Dow J. Morse, Samuel Pidiu^, 
Job Wade, Edward Barteaux, George Hardwiok, Dttvrd MoLellan, 
William AfcLaughlhn, Thomas Banks, William Miller, Jacob Slocnm, 
George Neily, Francis •Miller, William H. BalcMM, Joel Slocum, 
Ellas Phinnej, Stephen Bcals, Gilford Delap, John B. lYoop^ Wm 
Shaw, Israel Lettcny, Stephen E. Bent, BKas Beals, Edmond Bent, 
Obadiah M. Taylor, Norman B. Spinney, Shippv Spun*, Fowler 
Bums, William Chipman Jr., Edward Bachman, William J. H. Bal- 
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IMnce, Jno W. Whitnuui, Hilni Potter, Chns II. Font, .Ino Aiitliony, 
John 8, Morse, Arthur W. llarrii, tlnii Ix)n(;lcy, I'hiiilny Htiundrni, 
Timothy K. Drooks, Jno MorKHn. Iknj (iol<kiiiiith, ThoN Jf)ulMp, £«lwil 
Milberrv, Jan K. OaIum, Chan A. Klliott, lUrrU VnnBtnrcoin, Kobt 
Bent, Wm V. Vrooin, WellinKion Kamiworth, J. Albert Dcckwith, 
Edgnr II. Porter, Kdinnnd Clark, Jaroh Long, Enekiel CrowH-up, J. 
Avard Morie, Iknjamin Hardy Parker, Charlea K. Troop, Jaincf 
IIorMfall, John A. Morse, Jolm M. Ilarria, James Y. 0R7axa, K. 
Stanley Prontice, Edward C. Bishop, James II. Whitman, Frederick 
T^avitt, A. B. Stronach, Charles Jacques, Jos N. North, Chrimophcr 
Anderson, Charles Brinton, jr., Benjamin 8tnrratt, Morton Forsyth, 
John IxMskott, Fre<lori(k Harris, Holomon Chnio, I'hineas L. Chesley, 
David Wade. AAmiiel 8. Bofsri, James II. Thorne. Oharles Ditmsrs, 
Saninol A. Westlako, F. Miles Chipman, Joshua Buckler, Theo<loro 
Marshall, Henry M. Phinney, Ciioorge K. Chesley, Isaiah DoiUce, Joha 

F. Kea({h, Joseph Bent, Sam'ael N. Jackson, Albert Marshall, Christian 
Qrirom, John Ifohnker, Benjamin Fcarn, John Harris. Kdwin 0. Dodise, 
James H. Motcalf, Richard Sandford, John Q. Morrison, Ambrose L. 
Banks, W. 11. Ristern. 

County or Antiookish — Donpnld Cameron, Alex McDonald, 
Hon John McKinnon, Rol«rt McDonald, Arcliihiild Mc(iillivray, 
AnpuH Mclsanc, John McDonald, (I'omkct Forks,) Noil McKeima, 
Alexander Mclnnoti, Genrf^c H. Irish, Alexander Cameron, Andrew 
Chisholm, John Mclntyre, Arch A. Mcliillivrny, W. J. Bock, Filishn 
M. Randall, Alexander Mclntoi^h, m.i>., Colin Ross, James Wilkio, 
iJohn McCiillivrav, Aivh Frns^r, Michnol Crispo, Timfithv ('rispo, 
Joseph MacDonald, (.Viondow Green), John McDonnld, (Ohio) James 

G. Ross, Colin Cliisholm, William Goirior, John Chisholm, Klisltn 
William Randall, Roderick Chisholm, Allan C7iiiiicron, Dorfald 
McKcnxie, William Chisholm, (Tracfldio) John McMillan, (Ohio), 
Ro«lk McDonald, Wm Boylo, John FraHcr, ICilwd Corlwlt, Henry 
Webb, Mosos Sumers, Michael I'ctitpas, Jno Chisholm, (North River), 
William R. Cunnin^^ham, Hupli McAdnm, Aniens Molnnis, Martin 
McDonald, David Condon, Charles Camenm, Alex McNan^ht<m, 
Don McDonald, (Sonth River), John McGillivray, (B. Sottlcroent,) 
Norman McDonald, Hnph McI>ollnn, John C. McDonald, Alexander 
M. Cunningham, Jjachlan Cameron, Allan Smith, Alex McGillivrav, 
John A. McGillivray, Archibald McPnee, Lucien Doiron, Donald 
McMillan, Joseph xVlcDonald, Andrew McFarlane, Willism Chisholm, 
(Caledonia), John McMillan, Donald Chisholm, David McNair, 
Angus Mc Isaac, (Caledonia), William Chisholm, (8t. Andrews,) 
AnLMis McGillivrav, James M Hnll, Alex Chisholm, Wm. McDonald, 
RicTi J. Fonistall, Angus McDouguU, Angus McDonnld, John B. Bonin, 
Don McDonald, (Knoydart), John W. Soars, Alexander Chisholm, 
(Lower S. River), James Keay, Alex Mnnson, Thomas M. King, 
Angus Bovd, Lachlan Mclsaac, Robert Stowurt, William J. Symonds, 
Donald McGillivray, (S. River), Angna McGillivray, (Knoydart,) 
.fohn D. McGillivray, (Ohio), Duncan Fraser, (Ohio), Martin Brophy, 
(HoUowell Grant), Roderick Chisholm, George A. Sinclair, (T^chober), 
Alex McPberson, (Ohio), Angus McDonald, (James' River), Duncan 
Chisholm, (St Andrew's), Donald Gillis, (Lochabor), Clarence N 
Harrington, John McGillivray, (Hallowcll Grant), Daniel R. Boyd, 
William J. Webb, (Harbour au Bonclie), Angus D. McGillivray, 
(Morristown), Colin U. McKinnon, (North Grant), John McKcogn, 



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jr. (Aftnn), Anirui McDounIi, ( Harbour aa Bondie), Daniel Cliiaholm, 
(Traoulie). 

CouNTr or Capr Brkton. — Geonre O. G. Hill, Hon John 
Boprioot, N. H. Mnrtin, Arnold Holmes, William Armstrong, William 
Bntler, Laiichlnn Robertson, Bonbni Shepherd, Anthony Martell, Geo 
Riglijr. 1>onnld Ross, Hon Thos D. Archihnld, Donald GiUin, John 
Forhe^i, Don Miicnnlay, Caleb Hnntiuf^on, 'Fhos Mooro, Alex Kcnna, 
Dougnid McDtmgall, I/aw KnTanagli, Alex Mclican, John Richardson, 
Henry V. Bown, Patrick Cadlgan, James Matheson, John L. 
Ingraham, Murdm>h MoDonnld, Donald Mclioan, Simon Nii-holtion, 
Angus Gillis, Williiun W. Bown, George McKay, Duncan Mc- 
Koniio, Rirhard Laifin, Thomas Scott, J. T. McKinnon, Clement 
H. Harrington, Benoni Gonthreau, F. P. Archbold, Donald 
McDougall, John A. Moore, Edm Ontmm, Stcnh McNeil, Angus 
Anderson, Ron McDonald, Hon McMillin, Wm McDonald, Frns IjCwis, 
Alexander Mwiro, Alexander G. Ilnmilton, John Ix>r>vay, Hugh 
McGilllyray, Alex McDonald, Wm Routledge, John Edwanis, Patk 
Collins, Marshall Bourinot, John Vooght, Chas J. Clarke, Norman 
McDonald, Michael Slattcry, Walter Young, Henry Mifclicll, James 
Hitchens, Arthur U. Bourinot, Dun Mcl^rty, John Bok'her Moore, 
Wm. U. Moore, Robert Martin, Allan Mclican, James Gillis, Ronald 
McDonald, Michael Mclicllan Don McDougall, Allen McAdam, l»'\ne. 
Oreemrcll, L>-.urencc Holland, Cornelius Ilickoy, Kwon Robertson, John 
Sutherland, Thomas P. Jones, David McKccn, Alex. C. lioMs, Neil 
McNeill, John Mclx^an, Henry LuCrass, Samuel Brookman, John T. 
Moffatt, Blowers Archibald, 'Donald McNeill, Patrick Ncvill, Patk 
O'Toolc, Israel Slattcry, Hector F. McDougall, Don McLelInn, Jon 
Ross, John McGregor, Goo F. M. ForbcM, Richard H. Brown, James 
McNeil, Charli;8 Muggah, Frnncis Quinan, Alexander McKinnon, 
Roilk Mcrjonnaii, Antruii Camplxill, Neil McDonald, Angus McDonald, 
Joseph McVnrish, Thomas Fortune, Alex McAuley, Frederick N. 
Gisbome, Samuel J. Brookman, Murdoch McCodnim, Lawrence Laflin, 
Malcolm Ferguson. Hector McDonald, Michael McNeill, James Sulli* 
yan, John Gmnt, Michael McNeill, Greorge McKay, Michael McGilliv. 
ray, Alexander McKay, George Scott, James Gillies, Ro<lerick McNeill, 
Ronald Gillis. Henry Lawlor, Jo»cph McPherson, Hugh McPhee, 
Andrew NesbU, John McDonald, Duncan McEachern, Roderick 
McLean, Duncan Gillis, ATm McK Mcr^eod, m.d., Michael A. 
McDonald, m.d., William H. Morley, Charles P. Moftatt, John H. 
McLeod. Angus McDonald, Ronald McDonald, James C. McDonald, 
Allan McDonald, Lawrence Connell, Mnrdoch McGregor, John 
McNeill, Stephen McDonald, John J. Campbell, Jno A H. Rhindress, 
Murdoch Matheson, Alexander McDonald, Angua McDonald, Philip 
McDougall, Duncan M. Gillis. 

CousTT OP CoLCHRSTEit — Fras R. Parker, Robt Fletcher, Eliakim 
Tapper 4th, Hon Sam Cieelman, Isaac McCurdy, John King, Samuel 
Wangh, Bonjamin Tnpiicr, Wm McKim, Wm Faulkner, John Smith, 
GeoReading, John Irvine, John McKay, J. D. Putnam, Hugh Dunlnji, 
Samuel Hettie, James N. Crowe, John Yuill, Kichd Slade, Alex 
Ellis, JusFlemming, Thomas S. Delancy, John M. Campbell, Joseph 
l^alton, Silas Clarke, James Crewe 7th, James McKay, Hugh Gunn, 
James A. Stevens, Robert Nelson, Eara Lay ton, James K. Blair, liobt 
J. Pollock, William Grcgor, Hugh Dickson, Daniel McLaughlin, John 
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WilHam Iloss, Kobert Jiomit, AlexMider MoLeod, OeoiKO Johnaton, 
James J. llfliiiilton, Dnvid Ramiay, liobert 0. RtttlMrtord, Robert 
Murray. Iimmc Fulton, John Ryan, J. D. McCart, Robert C. Fulton, 
Immc Fk-inniing, Jnmee R. Ilenderwn, William Fulton. Qeorge C. 
Taylor, James M. Creelman, Kenneth MeLeaa, Harris Fnlmore, 
Unniel McKcnaio, Jamea F. Blancbard, E. Tupper, jr, Saml O. W. 
Archibald, Philip Fulmore, Jamoa Maxwell, James £. Dickie, Abin 
N. Tupper, David McQ. Johnston, Isaac Barnhill, Robert Potnam, 
John VVJer, Kben Fales, Alexander B. Fletcher, Joseph C. Crowe, 
Thomas W. Crowe, R. N. B. McUllan. William Hill, John A. P. 
McLelan. Wijliiun Blackwood, John Clark, Hugh Mnnro, John T. B. 
Henderson, Silas E. Black, Edward H^slop, I]^nald M. Sutherland, 
Jotham RIair, Qcoi>re N. McLellan, Daniel Qeddons, Charles Ijoughoad, 
Robert Furbcs, George Fulton, John McKay, James Norrie, David C. 
Slack, 8. O. A. Morrison, Pat Hill, Harris Harrington, L. J. Crowe, 
Thotnns McKay, Luvi Davidson, ThonuM J. G. Nelson, James Clark, 
John Miller, Wni Blair, John Portoons, John Lightbody, Kbonecer 
Beattio, James Kent, liobert Dill, William Lynch, John C. Archibald, 
Walter B. Hingtev, Robt Grant, Amos Fountain, Andrew Y. Corbett, 
Robert Eorman, Andrew K. Moore, John A. McCrflrdy, Thoi Malcom, 
Lucius Dickson, Wm M. Hiltz, Alex A. McKimmie, C. W. Johnston. 
George Campbell, C. B. Archibald, Amos McCdly, J. B. Fraaer, Fred 
Meagher, James Miller, James Graham, Gilbert Sutherland, William 
McKenaie, James McCnrdv, Alex McKay, William Creighton, James 
A. Cox, Hiram H. Eaton, John Dickey, B. F. Pearson, Joseph H. 
Morrison, Charles N. Cumroings, George Marshall, George H. Bates, 
Robinson Thomson, Andrew O'B. Johnson, Frederick A. Lawrence. 

County of Cumbrrland— Amos S. Blenkhom, Jas Kirkpatrick, 
Henry Harrison, Robert K. Smith. Den Maenamara, William Pipes, 
Horatio N. Davidson, J. K. Eldorkin, George Knowlton, David Purdy, 
Charics G. Donkin, James Fullerton, Moses Lowe, Hance Hunter, 
David Lawrence, Samuel Webb, Norman McTieod, William Baker, 
Kolicrt McElman, Robert W. Salter, Martin Chapman, Cyrus Bent, 
Peter MacFarianc, Wm F. Cuttcn, Cyrus Black, Charies £. Ratchford, 
Douglas Pugslcy, William Stewart, Alfred Black, Wm B. Brundage, 
Thomas T. Thomson, John Brage, Robert Ward, Francis F. Hatfleld, 
Nathaniel P. Hugos, David Fullerton, John Davison, Michael K. 
Pugsley, Aaron Rockwell, Levi Borden, Thomas C. DeWolf, William 
Waugh, David Ross, Lemuel Bigney, Enoch Embree, Edwin Johnston, 
Charles Ward, Donald McKenzie, Gilbert Purdy, Thomas McKay, John 
Bigelow, Enhraim Howard, Jiimes Z. Bliss, David McElman, Thomas 
Lusby, William B. Handley, Arch Dickey, Charles Creed, 1I.D., Netts 
Chnyipol, Chas Lawrence, Thomas R. Black. Thomas Roach, J. Hiram 
Black, liufiH Black, Patrick Baird, William Moflfatt, Saml Baird, 
John Atkinson, John Hcwson, Wm McNab, Wm Scott, Fred A. 
Donkin, Luther Baker, W. D. Main, Benj Douglas, Don McKay, Jas 
S. Hickman, Chas McCabe, Alex M. Wills, Wm Smith, Embree Wood, 
Robt Christie, Thos Kirkpatrick, Amos Thomson, Zebud Mackay, 
Charles Bent, Law Hannan, Angus McGillivray, Joseph Harritt, Wm 
Greenfield, Charles J. Oulton, Alexander Dewar, Archibald Robertson, 
John Waugh, Matthew A. Li^n, Samuel O'Donnell, Joshua Black, 
Angus McLeod, William Oxley, Charles Smith, Caleb Lewis, 
Goo Hill, C. Edwin Atkinson, Charles Hatfield, Jesse W. Fullerton, 
W. Y. King, John W. Boyd, Joshua Dewis, D. Dickinson, Henry 



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Dftvli, Albert 1) 0!Hi|r.r.(»n, WinUm nimk, A. A. 8irvcii«, U. MIfrholl, 
8t«pmn Oxiey, Huftm S. I'unlv, DiuiM Y. Ilolmon, (JwrK« Hrutt, 
Qllmrt Atkinion. tTohn ButherliinH. Ocoreo (Mirtpnmn. .Tnincit TnU, 
Wm. J. iSilot. Wllllftm U. Huoitd, liinno Hi-own, lurtuc I*nr»lv, ICiWnnl 
TIettf, 11. 8. BeMnnn, IVtcr McDonnhl, Jiih MiCiiIm*, .lolm K. MnrifH, 
Duvid Mitchell, Dnvid Atktnfmn, IVtof MofiOiui, A. I). Bt'ltx, Jiulah 
Bonieii, (^hnrtui Fltiher, Uuftm HIplcy, THIoit IfurrlHon, Tim!* LowiIht, 
TItoH Jminingi, Jm O. I(. Dmwn, Am A. lOlliutt, Hnm K. Frermnn, 
A. a. l*«illv, AmoB Pimly, lloht Donkln, 1. .f. lIlnKlny, .1. H. Woo«|. 
Innd, liich lioworliioiv Kuuin WoodH, lltiniin^ ('Mrtvi', l*lininfl!< Uolnton, 
J. Nf. AtklnMm, Thompion J. ('opp, (it'ori^u Klii^, •InincH Noilns, Job 
II. 8cAm«ii, NolfOD Fillimore, H. McArtliiir, .lobii VV. Hniitli. Oilbi^rt 
8«ftm*n, HeBekiih King, JeNO MontrOMs, Uichurd L. Hlitok, John W. 
8chnrtniin, QMive W. Fdrrent, (ieoruu W. Oilrojr, Kobert ftnrcJHjr, 
Skndford H. Pumy, Ntthanitil 1). Hhlr, flunry A. JohiHton, William 
Hnll, liohort Drummond, Bonmrd S. Peers, Jaiiiot K. Oillniid, Jnnies 
R. Morris, Samuel W. Salter. 

CouHTr OF Pionr— JDiVriV* of AV/fcM— lloUnnd E. P»iyw>ii, Kdwd 
M. Matithnll, Boi^J^ tl. KukkIcs, Ln'uiinlnn MoKuy, Slcrns Jonos, 
Mcndal Crcwkcr, George llGiidciTson. David Kifc. Willi«ni F. MarHhiill, 
OetirgoB. Potter, John V. Piinly, Vvm Ayinar, VVm F. Puttrr, Kdward 
Itaines, JvsBO Ilnrris, Isaiah Thurlici', Kl'njamivi Vnii nianoin, (i<>ui;;u 
Denton, John W. Powell, Saniiicl T. Uaooii, Fdwanl IViitcr, William 
lient, Aloxandor D. Iloyt, John 8. MoNvi), Abnor Morso, Israrl Dunn, 
Hubbard Davis, Willinm Denton, Charles ])(Mitoii, Willinni Ifaiikitison, 
Thomas Oslngor, Richard Siwidciwon, Kolnit K. Timpany, \\ . 11. 
'' 'lor, John Welch, Chnvlcs U. Kvcrctt, Uolwit Ui'i'd, James 11. 
MtshouM, Gcorjro A. Pu^^y, Francin Hutrhinnon, Davi«l (!owaii, 
^mes E. Dela]>, John 8mith, John M. 8niith, Kdward llo^an, (icor^u 
('a8sclMH)m, James Ix)vitt, K. It. OakoH, Daniel Morton, William 
Warner, Edwani Everett, Lenniel Siuiudcrs, Wesley (MilhoiiHi>, H. S. 
FitxrandolDh, Collins Johnson, Eliukim K. Tapper, JoHcph W. DeuKHi. 
Stephen Wcsteott, Kdwl C. Bowers, F. W. I<u|4:{jjle8, Chas SaiiinlerH, 
Ephraim Bacon, W. Nichol, W. II. Dahlgren, Edmund llurnluini, 
E. E. Uice, Geo II. Dunbar, John Harlow, rx>vukin Hilton, John Hood, 
Chas E. Gilloland, Jno K. Hunt, Wm Haines, Chas K. McDonald, John 
Holdsworth, John B. Letteny, Geo N. Bndd, Wm B. Dakin, Nathaniel 
Westcott, Jas H. Hughes, Soloman 8. Dakin, Whitiield Duthonse, 
Alphous Marshall, Aia Porter, N. R. Wcsteott, N. E. Butler, (\»ltn 
C«mpl)cll, Charles McC Campbell, Jamei W. Eldrid«e, Abraham lient, 
Jarafti Collins, Obcd H. Glavin, Joseph D. Pnyson, John Mullen. 
Wallnco Denton, George F. Stone. District of Ctnie—:h\H Stuart, 
Bonaventure RIbichoaa, Felix Devoau, Nicholas Deveau, Beultcn 
lAerrv, Anoel Blinn, John P. Thibedeau, John B. Molanson, Honrv 
Goldfinch, wm. Mullen, Maturin Robicheau, Urbinu Doueettu, Aiwuliii 
M. Comean, Luke Douoetto, Louis Q. Bourqno, Geo Ucrmnn, H. C. 
Saheao, Hilairo Melancon, W. H. Tedford, Stephen Arsenault, W. II. 
Sabean, Francis X. Vautour, Oliver Soueil, William Durbson, John 
Vnnkloy. 

County of QvrBnoi^o'—GtiynhorofHfh Dint Hon Robt M. INitler, 
Jas B. Hadlcv, Wm Hart, Wm Moir, John Mahonoy, Wm G. 8iott| 
John A. Steel, John Ehlor, Thomas Keating, Jessie Anderson, John 
Jamieson, Joe W. Hadley, Joathan Hartley, Jos l>avid, Don Ounn, 
Colin Chisholm, J. A. Tory, William Hartshorne, Geo Scott, J. B. 



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Kiiicluir, JaH 'K. Hart, Dnviil Hrriiiiton, Ja» II. Fctlmnio, Alex MoL 
Hurt, Tlio« O'Ncll, Tluw C, C«K.k, Wm Tory, Wm Wolil^r, .T«ii 8. 
NickcrMMi. Wni II. Wylilo, 8anil Aikinn, KwU llrnrr. Wllliain II. 
rhiiiliolm, ViUciitino McDuiinld, jHnit'n Kit/^cmhl, .TaitiPA t*nrr<*lt, 
IlDrlivrt li. C'uuninglinni, Oeorp 11. ltn<1lepr, Jniiicn FcrKttroTi, Jntm 
MaltlifiWH, RwMircr II. Olflln, Thos F. Mllwanl^ Donnfil Konneily, 
IIiikIi iVl<Nctl, Jna U. Alwnter. Tlioi Coniloii, A. McLiiUclilin, AU-x 
Fur^u»un, Holotuon C'«)liuon, f'hurl«'» Tavlor, John W, Pcnrt, C'lmrlfii 
M. FmnrlievilJo, Iltnrv M. Jost, Wui L. r«irl, Wm F. Drsnurre*. 
JaM II. MiUHliall, Altrtuiaiii Cox, Jolin McMillan, Jmn II. Cnrr, John 
Cliiithohn, ThoH lladlcv, Uunnld l\(^nnrtly, Donald CldHltoIni, i^nh 
ChiHlioIni, Wniiiini S. idrKon/io, John F/la^ior, i^WyUvu McMillan, 
William Wii^'hl, Jnu KtMincdy, KinHnian Kwcct, David llndiion, Wm 
O. ScoJt. jr., Stonhon McMulh'n, Petor SInrltir, Ponnld R. KcrKH»»on, 
niarU-H W. Lniidy, John W. C'unnliiirhnni, FnuKri» MarMhnll, Winitim 
O. HiinpHon, ICIIan Cmik, JanioH II. Mu(kl«y, John McOuirr, William 
h. Wvhl^, Patrick C. Cullcn, J. I). Cshmjn, J. J Saiiptcr, John Mcfl 
Cunmnglium, Janius W. loun);, WilHnm G. Ilndlov <V/. Aton/'t 
IMitiicl-^JjtuwUUw McQunrrio, Dnnl IIat(ic, John ^lU^ie, Hamiiol 
Archihald, Alex Cuniuiinjiror, Samuel Q. MeKeen, Alex Finhor, Angua 
Cnnutron, John niuclnir, John St<:whrt, jr, Alox Kludair, David K. 
McKcttci, Ocor^e M. J. Klliott, A. U. W. McKctn, Whitr, Charlw 
Mclnturth, Jom^ph McLcim, A. P McKon/.io, John Cummingor, 
Donald McDoraildj Hugh McDonnhl, Jus 11. McDoimhl, Alox N. 
MaDonakI, Joiin MvDaniol, Donald Kennedy, Wm L. Pyr, Ji'0a« 
CamminKcr, John McLean, Alex Fiohcr, Jumi^A McCutchonn, William 
Pride, John Undc, Alkn Rude, Alexander Mitchell, Walter Danielii, 
ThomaH Smith, James llemtnw, John A* Kirk. Johi^ Ilowitt, Jqscph 
Kiifle, l{obf>r( Kennedy, Dunnid Sinclair, Alex Rnthcrland, Jolin 
CruikflhnnkH, Daniel W. Crm^ctt, Hfvhert lUjod, Dun McDonald, 
lleulien MoIntoHh, John A. Rtewurt, Daniel IlatUc, Jamca ^. Fraaer, 
(fco W. Mattatall, lln|;h Oordun, Alexander Anderson, Kenneth Kirk« 
William McKoen, Jamea h. llatUe, Klinhn Ilawbolt, HurH K. Sinclair, 
Chariot 1>. Mieiiula, Donald lloat; John McNab, John llnllantyM, 
Duiwan Cameron, jr, Allan McQuarrie, William L. Painter. 

County of Hamvax.— *4amea Thomeon Cuatoa, Andrtw Shtelt. 
Pliilip Ijetmn, Patrick Pow6r, Jolm Thomas, Francia Mimro, Davki 
Annaml, Oliaa Hamilton, Ja« Oron«her, Hrv A. Qladwilt, Alex Stephen. 
Matthear Guild, Hon Jorendah Northup, Wra H. Tidnianilt, Archihara 
McPhce, Jnmea L. Griffin, Roliert Fox, John Gcddca, David Archibald, 
Adau Donne, Ephraiiu Burgeiiii, Wm K. Urine, Samuel U. Caldwell, 
GoorKc L. Chi])moni Edm liyan, Goorfco Garriaoo, David Thpmpsoo, 
l^Hmald McLaren, Francis Lay ton, Willioja EvanR, Jos Kayc, l?oIiert 
Honuns, Willium !L<indols, John CarroicliAcI, Henry 8hcllnut, John 
NaufTts, John A. Bell, NutKusscll, Jno Stairs, Wm J. Coleman, Wm 
AukUurst, Jno Liii^Icy, Joaepli ThonipHon, William Comptun, John K. 
Shivttord, Gwigo Hliicis, George Duuphinoy, Jas E. Shatft>rd, l^rnncis 
Wehlfcr, Geo J. Uicharduon, Woaley Ilnys, P, Carteret Hill, William 
F. Knight, Ex)kici Sibley, Ismiu IIo])Kin6, John Woodill, Edward 
Johnson, JfoMOpli Mtirphv, Chiunbers Blakeucy, Benjamin C. Wilson, 
Jno Hays. David A. Nicholson, Andw Gray, Daniel Cronon. Thos E. 
Ivenny,' William Hare, Thos Walnh, John Duull, Matthew II. Richcv« 
Benjamin W. Salter, Patrick Walsh, George J. Longard, Oeorge 6. 



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(]()Mi)>, M.n, JAinoN Ouuchcr. Wcllintttiin Kuiii. Jtimos K«>nt, Oconrq 
8. Dlckny, QoorKO Thomiuii, •Ininco Ourilnor, ir. Wiilimu Uiill.Joliti il, 
Ahdenon, Thomi» Malior, Kdwnrd llotvor^ Willinm ^f(lnl-o. KriHloHck 
K. Itiibloy, Don Aroliibniil, Ttieoil0r« Ootirud. MaUitlin MolmiU, J. W. 
Uurio. Jim Uiitlor. JoIiii ^Uvor, Uoticrt Honk.W. W WpHt, D. Kiim>U, 
J. n. Puft'us, .lulti^ Afif., U. A. liONllc, .1. M. Varf«i«t, J. (?. Uohh,.! A. 
Hliicrt, lAHHcMuCim))-, Iliittti W. IWiwkMUr, .lolui Tnylur .Fuhii l>. 
Tutmur, Thomn* WaUIi. WnUnni Tiiylor. Jotin Klinn, JoIit: DKvirtoii, 
Willmin Kflsuii, ituwtph Ilii^iUton, Kilwnrd Hmiili, ,)r>titi lli^^itii.s, .lohii 
8. nryMOO, I'otor UoM, Juttn M. Iiiitlia, John Kliriu. An<)r >f DrtlMo, 
JamoK l4ii«nnw, Jitiui'd W. Turner, (JeorKv •). Truop, Vrnncitt C. lOllioit, 
U. W. Frowr, Plk Unydon, Thoi Dunioy, l>nt II. PiitK. Tho» A. I'nrkcr, 
8n!nl Iliitohinann, John K. Mornnly, Wm II. (^nminhi^or, .Ian Kfrr, 
John Kiiker, Haml Dtilcom. !r, Mnlvolm McKiirlano DavM ArcliHmhl, 
Ocurae W. Mndill, John liindsny, Alox Mitvticll, J^»hn V. I'avNnnt, 
Hyacinth Jt. 'Fuller, John Tovnnn, m.h., Jhuioh U. Oralitim, Norntan 
CiiDtplwll, lianjamin Tiioninon, Normnn Ilnvcn, jr, .Inooh V. Mnrrvait, 
John ThomnM,V, Wllliani Vcith, l)uuKhui M. Hiurv, John FrnHur, John 
Jfiuno», W. 1). iIiirrinaion,-Uot)crt MotloVi, M J. I'owcr, 1) J. Smith, 
Poicr (Inuii, William W. WJlHon, John H. Hinn? ft, Jumcn Knrqnhamon, 
Mnmuol A. Whito, W. llonry IJnrf, Kohort Tavlor, Niuniul Dnrritf, 
Ilcnrv CruikKhankri, F. I). iJorltcfi, Willinm j! TawIi, Ktlt^nr Hill, 
Chnrfos J. WyMo, John I*. Frwkcr, Kno* Unkor, Daviil Hunter, Wni 
Hochojr, WlUlam B. Ohrfstian, Qcorgo H. Mndiil, IVtvr Jmk. Kdw 
Kforrison, John DufluH, Daniel Hnllivan, Dnvid MclMu'rwon, W. V. 
ITonley, C J. Clark«on, Charios Fiidcr, Alcxnmlor lAirsyih, .Innim II. 
Holinn, Kirhard T. Itooniu, Jatncs J. O'Diicn, Andrew Ikifoiiinltiu, 
Samuel J. Mason, WilTitim C. Muir, Thomaa O. Power, rimrce 
WIhwcII, Barthuloinew Walsh, Duncan Grant, David Kills, Willinm 
OofT. JamCB Covey, Wcijoy Cro;[>k8, Maynurd P. HIthurdHoii, CharlcM 
n. Whitman, Johit Gibbons, 0«org« R. Huhley, William W. Ghhioh, 
William T. Kent, John I^cPidro, Archibald 8tc\rrttt, John ^prott 
Stetrart. Walter McCurdy, Charlhi Sprott, James Mortuiiih, Andrew 
Mitchell, Walter Stoddart, Georii^ JamicMon, M.t>., Biimnel Thompdon, 
John McDoi^ald, George A. Miforth, iMac Gnots, jr, John F. ^fcKet)aio, 
WUliAtn Hay, Thomaa. Cbnnora» John D.Mackint<««b, John Parker, Wni 
H. PallittOTi Oeorgu Rowlings, 8amnoi Whica, jiBHivr, Mariiu WaUh, 
Henry N. PAinti Benjamin A. Smith, Dennia l)oTjon;;hry, Andrew 
Tttlioch, Jaiaoa O'Cieary, John A. Sinclair, Jainea (t. Foster, John 
Barron, and the Mayur and Ahlurmeu of Halifax for the city only. 

CouwtY or Ukutb— Western ^/»/nW— Archibald Smith, Joseph 
Rlckards, William Chambers, James Cuchrnn, John' Bur^c^s, Isaau 
r^ke, Jas Qreno, Robt AlHiiOTf, Bonnet Hmith, Michael B Salter, 
Isaiah Dimock, Shahael B. Parker, Thomas Sitndfbrd, James Rl. 
Hiji^cins, Jehu M. Macombor, Benjamin Marstcrs, James Reynold:^; 
Benjamin DeW. Fraser, m.t>., William Bctinett. Sbubael Dimuckj 
Dennison Harvio, James Boss, Hni'ris Martin, James F. Cm'hran, 
James Dennison, Thomas A. Smith, Charles J. Wilkins, Edward 
Dimock, Monson H. Goud;^. Walter Hunter, John Jenkins, Geor^ 
DeWolf, Johti Smith, J. B. North, Wm Davison, Pharos Constantino, 
Geoivo Armstroni;,' William Murphy, Wm Fitih, Handlcy Starratt, 
SamlMiintilord, Andrew Shaw, Thos Akins, Edwin Mumfbrd, William 
B.Shaw, Willinm Canavnn, Nathan Wilcox, John Carmlchael, William 



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Willinm (Niirv. AUriil 'nioiiiM, th<ui)liil«M ('owun, WillUoi llarYie, 
ClmrliN 10. Yo'iin^. WilliMin ISiiilov, Willinm MrKny. William Inirriifn, 
TlioniRii ArmKiotiur, lO/^ikiol N. MMiilorM, William II. MuiMr, Ilanrjr 
("iitioviin, •luliii Tm>Ioi-, Piiiiiul MoiilM^r, flhnrl»H T. (/Uibraa, John A. 
VmiKltiin, Willinm H. Kiili«r, K.linn r«,VKMiil, 11. 1*. Almnn, Hamuel 
M«r|)liv. •I«tlm <'iii«liir, .Ttihii Moxlirr, Allen lliUov, J. Alliorl Vauiflian, 
Aainnnl H«'<ti, Murk (.iirry, .loliii Lynrli, Julm A. Iliirvio, Anihuny H» 
HnnUfonl, Juhii W. .Snnuxtcr, Willinm Moiihor, Noiili Mufhor, ffamai 
(2«iN, VVitliitiii li. ('hiilK'k, tltimoH A. Tlmmpsnn, Klinw H. T)iai(irk, 
Wiiiitdii Dill. hUt»(frn hltihltt, I'mmix I'arkori David Kricxo, tluhn 
MrDoMKiiH, AI<*XHiMt«r TliomiMim, tlolin H. ImMNiaii, Willinm \y 
WnllA(t\ .fiiH Wiilirow, Win McDnii(;nll. (ko Hmitli, Otto Donnmdra, 
Jm) Dimock, Hcnj llloi% WilliHm i). (^mm^, Jotinli (7usUin<w, Iiainfi 
Hmttii, WilliHm l.iiwroncA), Kvnii Uri|uliart, •)nm<M McKnniio, Jan W. 
KiRtf, Willinm Kiu-r, Hultt Kaulkiiur, Ktplin IIurvi(> lliit;li McLoarn, 
AikIw Kirkimlt'ick, Jmh KlliH, Willinm Wnnlron, Oeorttu Ainiilie, .fnliii 
M4'l/4)ani, llarrv M. Murpliy, Wm lllnkc, A II HmitTi, Don MrKny, 
Diinl Dloifi, I! Il nioiK,8um HloiH, John Him, .fno 1\ SrMtil, John (Jr- 
(jnhnrt, Win 11. Wifhrow, floo I'. 'iMiom)iMon, Jam(*M Hini|Ntrin^ ItoUiri 
Pntnnm, Williimi flHniihon, .folin lliown, Ah>x Hill, MU'hl 'mhiint*, 
Koht INirkrr, •?«« C'nwy, Dinil 'i'li(mi|rtw)n. ThomiiH WtHilarer, Thomaa 
llnntur, Noltion Wlor, Jnwb llotini^Mir, Wm Wiilkur, ^^'uHor llnrlon, 
Wm Hunter, Alex Dunlmr, Anj;ti« Wnm, David H. Orow, ArrhFrnmn, 
Alfred Putuian, (i(HirKo Kielr.o, KliaH Pavjjant, Wm M. h-'U.ir, Alex 
Hiltf,, John McKenrie, (Joo T. HmiUi, Wm flw^nnnn, John Flunton, 
AndirwPenrwm, John W. MorriH, (^hiirlc* 11. StiifK^ Dancan Mcliean, 
John Oraiinm, John Putnam, Osmond O'iiriiin, iUchard HtorlinK. 

CuiTNTr ur iNvrHNKMS. — John McLcuil, John McTjQlIan, Jnmoa 
Q. MoKeoH, Duuald Mc'vuiiald, IIukIi Cnmulivil, Muhuitm McDunnld, 
t^nndiiiii M( Du4I|{hII, DunaM Smith, iHanc. Mi^Luod, Haoiuul Oamubdi, 
An((ut( Hualon, Malcolm McKay, Ah'xamlur ^hinhulm, J«hn ChiMiiolin, 
John MuDonald, Dun McDonald, Janicu MuDonell, Duuald Muliullau, 
Uoilk McNuii, Angus McKacliurn, John (i. OrowdiH, John Chinhulni, 
John Wrii;iu, Kdwiird McMillan, Richard l^arcv, J. Duncan Camoron, 
Donald MdntoHh, William McQuarry, Patrick Dowlijig, Archibald 
Mol'lmil, J. Uuuton, Maloolm MLLuoU, Hugh Camurun, M.p., Iluffh 
McDoitald, William Grunt, J)onnld McDonald, Duoald McjDonald 
J no McDonald, Jno McEuchcrn, Dun McDonald, Iwmchlin Kennedy, 
Jn<^olt R. Ilnrt, A. McDonald, Jolin Mclntonh, IVtcr Smyth, jr., Hn^h 
(>tlli4>H, Wil!itiU4 Dunbar, John Mcljisiiuan, Miilcidm McNeil, Pcicr 
Pnint, ijMt C Lawrence, jr.. Dun McDonnell, Don OhiHliolm, John 
M<Farlanc, Douald McMillan, Alex McF^ahran, liolasrt McDougalj, 
AloMinder Mclwiien, Neil McDonnld, Jucob lioHt), John Cameron, 
Murdoch Matthesou, Duncan Cainijltoll, m.u., Mnrdcash A. Kom, 
Fiiflay lieaton, Donald A. Motx;llan, Alexander Campbell, Neil 
Gilliea, Neil Campbell, Angus McCormick, Hugh McDonald, John 
Mcl)ougaU, I'huiaua Jlurke, John McLelhtn, Allen McDonald, Arch 
Boyle, AnpiH Boiiton, James C/oady, Donald Mcf^can, jr, Peter Grant, 
John McDonald, Angua McPhnil, Jo.s<;ph White, Neil McMillan, 
Wm McPherHOH, Allen MeMillan, Neil McKav, Furquhar Mcliae, 
DoHtild Meljcod, Angus Grant, Alex. McDonald, Arch MoDougall, 
Allan McDonald, Alex McDonald, James Wot*, Donald McFadyen, 
Douali Smyth, ^John MjclHaac, Amielm Au'Coin, I^co Au,'Coin, John 



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Mrt»he«im, Hon ^^m^^^1'^»^, Thou 'I'omKltn*. Un.i V Mif<-rtti, Wm M»' 
(1o«t(lt, AnyuM MflVumhI. Chri^tophtM Hmvth, A t '. 'rh«»ni«oi», A. K 
M(*ticnn» M.n., Jnhii Mill pity. Honnld (liiMl'ioliii, m i» , Jiwnih A. tit 

Rrnham, Aloxittiilor Mrl/ciMi, John Miimtjr, nr., Anitnii ()Mlk«, A. 11. 
mherliutit. Jiimi«i Mi'Donnl*!. Nvil MvAiilvy. AK*xiin*tcr Mifjiifvn, 
Mnlnrim LVmrmn, N. ,1 Rn>wti, Noil Mrl4iMn, AitKUn Mi'Mlllnn,«liihti 
McHmtm^ Wnlt«r I<rtwrenr«, Puniiil ll'nimm, Mnnlofli McKtnnon, 
AIIku Mcintoth, ll^'for Mi'I<««iin, lloclnr MrKniinK*, •fohn II. Murphy, 
A. A. Tnylor, Allnn Mcl>onnl«l, Doiiunld Mt'lNtiutht, Aloxnttiiiit- 
MrDonnld, Jolin MfKnv, •! P. liawnoii, ,Fiio P. TnmpklttM, ,h\n l>otl«, 
W, 1>. Smith. Mntlirw iMylo, .l«»hn MrDonnltl. Ilntry A. KorUd, 
Jus T. r<'t\vivnoo, .lom»i»li CnniHo, DoniiM Mr.Vlrt«n«r, .li»lin T*. Mi-Iitimi. 
.loh« \n. M«'Ouui,l(»,.loIin ('i»m|»lH»n, IVicr Mrfntinh, U. WlIMn», Ati|.Miii 
KnitUHly, Afittfrt Miirhi'll, •lohtiHhM) I^UfonitMi, .Fohn Mi-Iloinipll, I) l». 
MoLclliui. Johit IV McFiiHaiio, AlvxAudor Mirtxflliin, .loliii MrMilliui. 
An^uH Mclinitohtiin. 

CouMTir or KiNun— Sninuvl (niipiniui, KiHiitnl Hfjirr, .Idlin K. 
HutchiniQii, Ak^XKHilvr rnttvi-Moii. KHiHIuld Hniitli, Kilw 1*. Ilonlt'ii. 
Aivh Wftlktir» John O. Piiiuo. (tiuiioii LVittHwi;!!, Jiiiiu!i« Knloii. Aniiw 
BhufHckl, Klwiuwer Uiuvlow. liUliAnl W. KiiUtuu, .lium«ii Oriflin, Irnil 
Uvninmiii, KuhucI CoUIw^U, Ia'vI VV. I«^tt(>ii, Jiii'uU liH'kliiirt, VViiick- 
woiiU Chi|Miiiui, Ahrahmu NowtiMuS, /ultuloii Niil>, Kviliiov WititiNi, 
Wiliimn A. Tiipuor, DnvUl llniitley. Jiio W. Uiis«h). ilodii VV. Iluniuii, 
Boi\i II. Calkin, ilolin N. UowIck, .l«'»lni Kiikpttirirk, Win W. pNtt«nM>ti, 
Wm li. lijoni, WilliAin Ulioilvx. Thus A. WilMtn, Uvi 0. W<MMlwurtli, 
Jnmtii UliKk* Uinun llonlun, (lyrus JuUiiHtoit, William DiiviiUon, Win 
J. WiUlrtti>, Aii^iisiiiitf A. Piiico, iiiiMm' K Koltinsoii, Willliiin (!n)iM\ 
Jnino!! l^OAnl, Jr., ilohn Porter, .liwliuii Ut^iii, •Inim M. i^lrk«l', Ohnrlui 
0. IIiimiltiMi, M.n., Kilnrin pMvker, UtMiruo Kinnmitn, Henry Ijovelt, 
ilnmM K K(>ok>vcll, RmM*li A. Kontrth, Ihiiim' lliiciiilbni, (KiorK« W. 
Flxhcr, John II. Clnrko. Jiw*i>h M. Hum'o, John A. Ohimnnn, Williftm 
n. Wnrtl. rH>onHnl Fih*h, •fohn II. Minvr. nonjiiniiii 11. WiM>«l\vorth, 
John P. lij-onn, n«i\iiiinin P. Wwivor, Kdwiml U. FiwlM', (i«urKV 
l>(Ht)(«, OiVm-jjc Mrti'KU'rw^ John W. Wmm, (3hArlr« l>irkio, (iwrjj:o 
Ilftr\t5y, (ivH>r}w N. Fuller, C>Ih?iI DiMijiiiitin, t)nvi«l B. Ni>wctmil), 
Honry' White, John F,. Klls, (kH)rj([0 Uimtilton, 'riioninfi Fiirnnworrh, 
Amlivw l>wl|rht IVwoll", Uiohnnl l>. Wwt, WilHmn IVmvIcn, Henry 
Pinco, AnM T. Hiikor, Joh B. Duvul.soii, KIrsIm KclmHfhV. t^t'onnrd 
H. llslcy, Jno Ii(\inont, jr, Wm C. Bill, Hrtndh\v I?. 8lwi(l^u»r. Altntin 
G. Mar>h»r.«. Kliakim Tiipper, Jno 8. Nowcoinh, HonvT L. Biikor, Win 
N. Nowivmh, Anms Bi»xtvr, Jiw 11. Hon. i».c.l,, Mitrtin L. (Mf'dvehinil, 
OMrgo C Pinco, KU^anl M. Mni')*CHon, Moihw tli-o\rn, Jninpii Mnrtin, 
Jitmoci Doyle, John Tohin, John O. Monie, Rtlw l^otlnMiml, JnincH P. 
Cunninglmm, £(hvin MiiwX, Snml 8. UoWnion, Wm A. Porior, Geo L. 
JoM, Wm. H. Woodwunl, Wm 8. Wwt, Jus fe. Riind, frf*mii)pr Riunl, 
Edw U. Bishop, (Tiikx)n Power, Oliver Woo<lwtM"th. Thos II. Chute, Jor 
Rlif(h, Ixsmder Fnton, 1>. Ilrtrrls Ncxv«>mh, J. TiUiinder Wii«kwlro, Thou 
Tnxo, Jos Stj^vrott, I'Varid K. Uoss, Wm H. Skinner, Chns U. Northnp, 
Rdwin HnrHs, ,!&$ S. Witter, Jno N. Colonwin, 1). I^ipert, Fttivit, Jno 
W Mftivcfson, L. DoV. Chipmnn, P. 1). Prtvidson, Ohiidiiih Nowe«>nih, 
Jno S. Belcher, Jjw T. Manning, John S. Woodworfh. John Ftillcrton, 
Wm Smith. J. W. Tayjor, Nrttlmn W. Fislior, Wm J. WnllHi-e. Kd\r 
Harris, Amoa Blaek, TliomiM Craig, Juatus W. Wurner, A. Btanlcy 



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KUIirr, flrn MiKtrti, WilUnm fllen, W f? Urnf. .ffim»'<» 1'nt»pr«)n. Jnhn 
Kmilktur, Wllllnm II Ctiinlnii. lifluiinl M .lnrdfii, I'lrfK M llrl»ki'Hi, 
.l«Mi(itlinii HhhiI, I'ri'fl Mrin*»i, Alc«(nii(|i*r 'I'Mitftrr, I'ntrirk K»lli»r, ('liin 
Tuvlnr, KIIih H tlrnvrti, .Inhii KiiiKr. .Inlin H Wflffin. iit'orun K. I'nn, 
.?. VV. Ill|i«'|nw, MItlil f.fMirrtxnri, (M»Milliili II N«'W(miiiIi, .l«'M«'ri»ntMjiMfi, 
.1. fi. niitHi1fr<\ (llilifHi K lifiit. .ri>lMi W llnttillion, .!)«•* H M»r*f«. .Im 
Hniul, Km»«»h l*nrk««r, llfiijmnlM Kl»t«»n»in, Jnliii l<iioinrr, KKffti'Tfr ron, 
NmI»I»» .1. livnnd, lliMirr Slmw, .Infnt** A. ('«.«, rhnrlrn Lfltnont. flwirr 
Hill. Iif>nnnr<t Morktrvd. DiincHii l>. ('. MpM. H W. Hmrr. K. M Htini, 
•lo4 T. .InrltNtiii, Wrtllncf (IriivcN, J. I<«ifclt llithnp, Uiintnvtia K. MlMliop, 
Alport I). NirltollH, Kdwiinl M. Ilcckwiih, Hriiry K .Icllprofin, (Mmrlfw 
IIUIttTi MiiniiliiK riiutK, Inninti H. I'iriro, AMiort Wf<li(iti*r, Jolin llrNt, 
Vrnuvln lir'»tu, Kiwloilrk VV, riiiiiinnii, Hniniinl Mnkrr, .lolm A. Ilnll, 
ClinilpM K. Kituiii. .foliii \y. Ktillcrtoii, HmtUru V. I{<>i<l, Allrrd 
Wlillinnii, Niitliiiniol I'. Himrr, .loliri Uv<l«l<iii, Arlliiir MrN I'dtn-rwifi, 
Hirpliflii 'I'ltrlor. T. I(. lliirriH, hoiiulfiH HmiiI, I'nirick lltirn*. J. 
Mullioiiniii Miirriinnt, I'liiliii Mrowii, Kx«<kiul C llniiki, Tlieu (i. Muck, 
R. llerkwitli Multur, 1101111 HtrufiK. 

rniiWTT OK fiifNRNMitnn — /)hliift iif f,»ui^hnrtf—t\nn]i Zwickor, 
nimrli'^ I,. If. rinirch. fli-nry IlnlJIiiy. Uwiript W. k(i<iihn<k, Wm V. 
Aiuln»wpi, Morton Whwlork, lionnn'l M. Dww. Ili'nJ Nynnrfl, Nirliolm 
Wolir.JnN IV MIIK I)«nJ W V Mnnnlnir. Thou K. (Wk, .lftfn<*ii II. 
Hrlljf, l,nwh Kiiniil, K<lw MorjfHn, Wllliiirn H. Dri'w, HoTiert Mrott, .1. 
•loKt^pli UiiHoir, 0(Hirf{i> HiirHN, Kilwnrd 'IWI, Joiwpli Whitford, Nolnoti 
(>ln»«h»jr, J. M. Iloyt. Jonopli Bnkvr, (}eorK» Wlk, Himori ltli»*«r, Wm 
Tiirnor, H»»liort liitiilnrty, JnmeN Htmriitr, Ilohort Dnwwm, Joho Kmitli, 
•lodnpli W. liocklmrt, li<jwh Anilorwui, .fHOH** \,nuir,, .Inini** hwhtnnn, 
floury AMoro, J. •fnmpN Kock, Adnm Kolnilcl, fwyinnni llnhh, Ut'nimn 
McKurlnno, Hnttiuel Uninoy, .Inn Kmilkiiw, H««ry Kwly, Kohcrt Went, 
KnoM Trel, Adnm K. Diirlniid, WllliNiii ,1. DniiphiiM^y, Iffnrj I'ortnr, 
ifnmM Orlntnn, Jonoph Hilxey, JnmnH II. Wofitxnl, Kdwnrd Lnn^illn, 
Nntliniiifll Htriim, Wm Homhy, .foninli W. Uiidoll, JnmeN Wymn^k, 
•lovcph 'V. llnrflH, JflmoH M. Mot/.lor, Aviird Koii|«r, fiovi fiHnf;ill«, 
Willinm Himolmnn, VnMt l/nnt^illo, Kli Rnmnv, Hon) Dnnptiinoy, Wm 
Kniilknor, tlnroli I'lcklox, 1). fl. Iflmmolmnn, Hirhnrd J. .fenkino, Diinl 
Dnnrnn, Jninon If. IliltK, Ahrnhnm llolih, HU^phffi Fink, .fohn Dnrn, 
ThnmnH T. Keoflor, Jo«*pph II. Wndo, John H. McKonn, John llnillfty, 
Ahrnhnm Zitik, J<»hn Iaw\ Dxncr, Joseph It. Wymnn, John V. flHtx, 
llonry R. (!ook, Nntt WontwII, AUM'rf, r«nrl, Htcfihon Iiiin^nif>, Jnn 
ThomjMMjn, .!«» McKurhuid, OichMni liiin^iljc, JonoMh H. Worthylnke, 
John l<nn(!illo, rhrintinn Vovlor, John DnnphinrMi, u-w\n Hmith, JnrnM 
MoKwii, John Toul, JHmon Kiiihcr, Kdwnrd Strum, Innnv Muder, Alex 
Trothewnr, Olmditih Spinney, K. J. Mnnnlnjf, William SoHtj, Joxeph 
Yonn^;, Niithnniol Hflhli, Jnnicn ]iiini;illo, Jnmcn W. fjflnuille, J. 1*. 
Armutrontr, J. f). H|M»rry, OlmdiHli Hpiuney, Hnmiicl Hmith, Wm 8. 
Iloldnn, Wm 8. Drew, Jr., Wm fJrwellyn', Nicholnii Oxner, Amo« 
llnhloy, Wllllem Cronn, Aufrwmnn Uhynnrd, Pel«r O. Vrnmr, J. W. 
NnJHon, ThomMii (^irll, Kli Hoppn, I'atrick McOiiiru, Jnmrii K. Ilnnt, 
Kdwnrd Smith, Jnmos Keddy, JoM*pti Ilndolph, jr, Jiimpn Brown, 
Jiim«« Iflrflo, Alhort Smiili, Henry WiMon, Andrew |{odenlii)ier, 
JnmuH A. Cnrll, O. A. Corl»in, iCmiinnol Ilchh, liiiliert Will, Inane 
Hirtio, Bonjnuiin Snydor, ICIktinali l,ohnp«, JoHCfdi Koland, Diivid 
Lnnfr,. John (innl, Juntos J. Norwoodn, (}. Ilniiry Windrow. Ulnfrlct 
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Oxncr, Win CIciivclaiul, Tlionias II. Moshcr, Casper Oxucr, William 
Shntford, JaiiieH H. Coolen, H. 1). Clurkc, Juim's Ki/.cr, Charles E. 
Church, Edward Ileckman, James Ilcnni^ar, David Piiblicovor, Hiram 
Ilcnnij^.ir, Qcorpc Cole, Silas Corkum, William IIcnnel)erry, Gcorjye 
Redden, James E. Whitford. William Vflojrhan, William Biuler, 
George E. DoWitt, m. v , Charles Smith, David Evansi Joseph 
Bczanson, Levi Oxner, John Coolen, 

County of Pictoij— //on Jns iVnsoT, Kobert Mnn-ny, Jno McKay, 
Geo McLeod, Dun McDoniild, Willitim Frnscr, Adam McKCnzic, Jasi 
Primrose, Angus Sutherland, John Oranf, ITufrh McLcod, William 
Lahgill, Jamci Grant, Rolicrt Cojteland, William Smith, Aloxandei* 
McKay, c.n., Alexander Cnmoron, Roderick McKcnzic, Alexander 
McKay, w.r., John Crerar, Robert DouU, Henry li. Narraway, Donald 
McDonald, o..t., George McKay, John Holmes, o.j., Androw Hunter, 
John F. McDonaldj Basil Bell, Johi H. Lane, Peter G. Campbell, 
Wm Ross, Jno Ross, James Fitxpatricik, Alexander Chisholm, Donald 
Frjiser, James Wentworth, Duncan Rolxji tson, Thomas Horn, James 
Holmes, John A. Dawson, Jas W. Carmichael, Alexander Mcllardy, 
John Dawson, John Mitc'^ell, David Marshall, John McPhee, Geoi^e 
W. Underwood, Robert Fmser, Andw CsunpbcU, David Patterson, 
A4oxandcr Granr, Alex<inder Thompson, Hector Mclxsan, Dun MelCay, 
Jas McRae, Richard Tanner, Danl McDonald, John R. Noonan, Malievr 
T. Smith, Don McKay^ Alex McKav, Alex McDonald, m.k., Thomas 
Fraser, Jas Hudson, John McDonald, (Angus' son) John McDonalds 
(John's son), Don McLean, Wm McGiUvray, Chas McKinnon, Chas 
McDongall, Wm Camoron, Charles McLellan, G- Campbell, J. Hislop, 
R. P. Grant, K. Ross,*A. Fraser, Jesse Hoyt, Don McDonald, f.«., Jas 
Fraser, Daniel Grant, Maurice Power, Wm Brownrigg, Alex McLeod, 
Don Ross, William McDougall, Jno Cumming, Jas Gumming, Don D. 
McDonald, Robt McNeil, Allan McPhee, Donald Sutherland, Malcom 
McDonald, Michael C Olding, Wm S. Fraser, John R. Fraser, Angus 
McMillan, Jno Falconer, Wm McLaren, A. J. Patterson, Jno Yorston, 
Thos Kennedy, Daniel Sutheiland, J)aniel Chisholm, Alex Matheson, 
J,v: W. Jaflkson, Jas D. McGregor, James Kitchen, John Henry, David 
Tattrie, Samuel Archibahl, John Gollan, David Millar, John McLeod, 
GeorgQ Lawrie, Finlay Cameron, Thomas Grant,' liobertMcNaughtoo, 
Daniel Munro, Robert McIiCan, John Miller, James P. McLenn m, 
C. Dwyer, Wm Campl)ell, Peter Brown, Duncan Wior, George Smith, 
Jno Fraser, Dav Huggiii, Rol)t Banncrman, Jas Mitchell, Wm C. Olding, 
John D. Fraser, E. McLellan, John Oliver, James Stalker, Geo. J 
Hamilton, John Johnson, John McDonald, Wm. Irving, liol>crt 
Dewar, Geo MeConnell, Alex. McGillivray, John R. I^avies, Kenneth 
Cameron, Samuel A. Foster, Jno McDonald, (Dal), John McKenzif, 
Jas Ross, John P. Lawson, Robert S. McCurdy, John Fraser, Rol)crt 
Campbell, Alexander Sutherland, A'. M. Fraser, John Denoon, 
Charles McKinnon, Alex N. Gunn, Robert Canipl)ell, Norman Gunn, 
Jno D. Cameron, Dav Connors, Francis McKenzie, Jno D. McDonald, 
Neil Fraser, James Keith, Richard Fraser, David Cultn, William 
McLean, David J. Mcikle, Roderick McDougalljJamos Fraser, James 
Roy, jr., John T. Oliver. Daniel McLean, Rol)ort Simpson, George 
llattie, David Ferguson,^ Wiliian) G. Cror«r, Allan A. Ferguson, Joseph 
A. Gordon, David Fulltrton, Daniel McDonald, Angus McDonald, 
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Simon Chisliolm, Alexatulwr J. McKsy, Gtorgo Sutherlatid, DaVld 
McKn^, Alcxniider McKay, Uol)ert MeConll, Chnrlos H. Monro, 

i An(;uR Dnvies, Colin KrnKvr. Hnah Frasor. Roltcrt McI<eod, Rch*r* 
Dunbar, senior^ TliomaH Uienklntiop, DonaM Oranf, Ah^na McQueen, 
Peter CitinplH;!!. Alexander Frasev, Arehibuld McKay, .T(»hn Mnnny, 
John Munro, JAmes Wilsoh, KonnoOi McKe xie, John 'Greener, 

I Aluxamder McBuun, 8ainnel Phaser, Thomas McDonald, Uu^U Praser, 
Hu{fh Gray, John MeQunrrie, J. Warner Hnrr, WilMujn MeliCod, 

; Dane n G. McDonald, AnjruB Mcl>c.n»ld, Gcor^ro Cainpliell, James 
Ghint, Tltomns U. ISmnh; Diincnn Milntoflh, Josiah Kdgar Jones, 
M.D.,Jol'n RlcDou}4;all, Malcom FraHcr, Willinin A. Mooro, William 

B. Heiidorson, Kvan Omncron, Alex MelMiorson, Daniel McLeod, 
• James Willis, Gcorno Camjihcll, D;iniel McGrcfjor. 

CocxTT OK QuEKNS — Rjch Cardcr, Win McGill, Qcor/je McLcod, 
Eldrcd Cohoon, Rolnnt Dollivor, Sylvanus Morton, Israel llcndrv, 
Georjje S. Parker, Charles Allison, jr., Knoch Ktendnian, John H. 
. Mulhail, Kd.vard Mcfx^od, Samuel T. N. Sellon, Stei)hen C. Tuppcr, 
John II. Hall, Kdu'aix^ P Freeman, Jos H. Gook, Elk Morton, Jabcz 
F. Park, Bart F. TnjijK'r, Joseph Chandler, Asa "Morine, Edward C. 
Scely, Nath Tnjiper, Ivcwis A. Sponaplo, S^tew F. Gardener, Simeon 
F. HHnt, George A. Fisher, William Hendrv, Eldred H, Barnaby, 
Tiichard Knowlcs, Donald Campbell, llu^h ilouston, Joseph Innea, 
Wm Cowie, .l^bseph M. Freeman, Patk Flynn, .Joshiia N. Freeman, 
Kichard II. TcM'er, John Laecy, Milton Doufjlass, John McGiniy, jr., 
Honrv Wv Hocker, Sjiencer Cohoon, Cliarles E. Merion, Joseph Ford, 
■ Wm H. FrceiYian', Stephen Smith, P. Arinstronjj, JosB, Harlow, Lewis 
Minard, Thaodosiiis Ford, Uriah Johnston, A. M. Hemeon, Geo W. 
Barss, Martin McNntt, Vincent Doxter, I. Kewton Mack, James Croft, 
Jamee Purdy, Caleb Cole, Gilbert S. Mack, Thos. M. Dunphy, Simeon 
F.Brown, Jno Bn/jly, jr., Wm Wentzull, Jno Edpar, Jno II. Dunlap, 
Nathan Ellis, John Paysnnt, senr., Itobertltobcitson.NclfiOTi' McLcod, 
Ohas Cashing, Jno W' Cobb, Jahez Coop, David Sheriff, Jas E. Daley, 
Jas Carder, Thos Day, Joseph B. Freeman, Alden Waterman, Jacob 
WatcrmRft, ,EU«ba P. Christopher, John F'itxgerald, William BoCd, 
David McNfitti.Chas Cameron, Jason M. Mack, Jtiklwiird H. Freeman, 
Geor|;«,L» Wolf, William A. Konney, George T. Moore, JCdwin C. 
, Parker, fjewis Bohert»oo^ Edward McPhersun, Pklwnrd H. Freeman, 
Simon Freeman, rtenior, Ira P. F'roemun, Stowait Httnt, Benjamin L 
Tcilair, Jghn Uardy, ZubiUon Murray^ Henry A. Mouxar, Bcjiah B. 
MoPherson. 

County op HiciikfOKi> — John R. Smith, senr., Jno Morrison, John 
: Matheson, Alex Murchison, Anthy Oliver, Ken McLeod, Chas Boudrot, 
Edward Ganfon, F]. P. Flynn> Rolwrt McKcnKie-, Uobert Hill, Willfam 
Brymer, Patrick M&ubourqette, Maurice J. Kavanngh, Ken Morrison, 
Simon Landry, Jett' Botulrot, John FVahill, Daniel O'C. Madden, Peter 
Bosdet, John H. Rindrcss, Amie M.irtell, Isaac LeVcsconte, James 
Smith, David Griichy, William LeVosconte, AnpuH Mcl^eod, Henry 

C. F^ixot, M.i>., Dormld N. Shaw, Henry Carre, Jas Johnston, Andrew 
Bclfontaino, John McDonald, Louis Boudrot, Willinin Urqnhart, Gcorye 
H. Bissott, Hyacinth Martcll, William G. Ballam, Hocto* Murchison, 
Donald McKay, Isidore LcBlanc, Henry Richard, Arch Johnston, John 
R. Smith, jr., Andrew McDonald, Angus McNei , James Hearn, Charles 
Kinp:, Max Forrest, David McNnmara, jr, Peter Gruchy, J6hn Kcefc, 



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AUwn IV Hooprr. Anftnn M«Hliin»»ti, Noll Htownrt, .lo^oph Mntlioiion, 
I<«bi»rt tl P»tV'tm% Hlm«>n Tn-Ho. .frtiinw rholiut, 8pl>n^tl«ii Vlifni'iuit jr., 
1). MrUnr. H. U. Monlmm. \Vm rhisliohn. Ilirtov MrKlunon, VViill«t 
Mwitiiy. (4om-fiD M-.tiMin^ Uoml l^on«»lt. FVIIx Koiwt, ( 'IiuHps Lenoir, 
Ann^uii MtNoll, l*«nl l/ehlnnc, iJinnjn' ('lou^rh,,|nm'nh t^iNsrft, Svlvnutrsf 
Hottdwu KtlwftH rnwtor, r'hiulcn (irnnt, AIpx MolnHwli, Mut-«li)rli 
MvUa^ Al»»xnttilt«v Mcl'Mteli. Alox T. MntVmni, Blmon I*. LoHlanc, 
JttO MofHwxi, !''«mIIo Mourhrt, (?i\«lnn'r Holnnt, m.i».. Ortvhl Wi»lkpf, 
Wlllium It. MonUon, Allmi tl. MiNHIL |«Vllx Mnrinnnu, iHtMpii 
t.<>UlAn(v Mrtlntim .1. W M.*Nt>ll. .tolm MrNclll. VVillinm Mnlcohti. 
Dimlrl 1 ini!«, John 1). MiuI<o«»om. Kdwnvi! LoHlntH', .lnmcH ritttinMI, 
Mirlmel M«Noil, n«;invv S. Oonovnn, ronHtntU. 'l>nio,.loliii F. MrLiwI 
^Atnvn \t. (teiriov. UoiUnlrk I'\Mv«i»«'>n. Alfrcil II. JiCnnlr. Kiuqitttiir 
MolMuMT'oo. \V«(lrtn» IVehpnt, l)«Mit»rtlii H. Uoylr, .lolin ll. Oniohy, 
Mu'h»»ol 1)0} lo, Vi-eiloilvK K. Vavv, IVtvr NV. UiUfh}-, liAuglitiin 
l^uttci-Dn. 

County or SiiRi.mmNK — ttohrvt runli', Wllllnm J. ttrll, WIIHwm 
T. Kolly, tlrtiaon T. HoMcn, Drtvid Klwnhnuov, John M. I)«ll, .loseph 
VViltoj-i, Willlnm Hoikinn, John (5. W. Dull, John l'uvn«y, Itu||h 
MoAl;>uui, WllHun) •l)Mnlo|), ji., .Iiu'oh Iah ko, Austin litM'kc, JnincH 
Bom-r, HoUmi It. liwin. Joint A. ISU'lJownnii, (»eorin« Oox, l^ilinha W. 
IVny, HoIh'ii W. Fi-iMMnun, John Howei-n, Henry 8. Sntherhuul, John 
Mntihcwn, Thomrti* Mulr, H. U. Thoincon, tOtlwArd ()ii|i»ii('k, Bitnpnn 
Hf,n»»hff» Jrt.r.io!* Mo Alpine, HoWt H. Holomntt, lioiilwn Hnrlow, Amoi 
TtAitArt Ahmm C. Uo^s, KlooRiir ('rotvrll, John VV. Rhiuul, Jhtnes F. 
8wiuno, JiiinoH U. Kinp:, Jmnes 8now, sr , John Nickomun, jNnteM Li 
8wnine. Ilininfttnn Ihtihict — Willimn Cnnnin^hiini. Jumeii C. Htttith, 
JoMnh Snow, Honrv Chnto, Hnrtlottl-ovlll, 'r'noinuH I*. BAnkm, Thoinrti 
C\>ttin, Thomns* W. NVihon, Willlrtm IV Smith, llonnnin Kenny, Vinoent 
Niokeriwn, Miolmol Wrayton, l)«uuol Hnrgcnt, A. C. Avmii Donnu, 
William A. 8non, Mnrtin Thotnns, 'Vhf\'» Wntnon, Jtihn II. Lnwrenoo, 
!)avM Drtlcy, Frnnoin W. Homer, Uolwrt Huthorlnml, WIIMmn II. 
l>ttrt<ti» John 0. Cunninirhion, Andivw L. Swim, Ocornc Wilnun, Jolin 
O. Crowoll, Isrtrtc Hiiinoei, John K. Kmuvliw, Joseph VViitt. 

<[\i»itNTr OK ViotoniA — Willinm Jom>R, (^hnrlcH J. CitmnlMill, Ah^x- 
nwlw Tnvlor, Aloxnmlor Mnnro, JoKoph llrtrtt, Aniu:nrt Mnohtinniut, 
John W. ftnrKw, Alex«mli»r MoKhv, li*nvi« Ho>vn, Alexander Oiitnenm, 
Aniartt«« MrliWnl, John MoLwd, Jolm MoDonnld, John S. MoNeli, Jtihn 
U» M<»K<nnon, IVm Moli<»rtn, Jno MoT^ttmnn, (^hnrh»« Onmpholt, 
M«loom MolA»rtw, 1<Anohlrtn MoDonidd, Donnld Morrison, Uitpcrt 0. 
Z>violwr, Hortor Cionpholl, Jt*s»oo Bopi»r, Wm Molx'nn, Kenneth 
McKenxi«, KtlwttJx! MoLeotl, Mnrtlooh MeKonxie, Kenneth Menotmld, 
Anttns MoAulftv, Neil MoAskill, John MolAvd, Noll Morrison, Kenneth 
UudHmnnn, Luther Meljeod, John MoKinnnn, Dutienn Morrison, 
A. B. Morrison, An^us C«nuMt>n, A J. Muolver, Dnnlol MoLend, 
lttH>»TJpi^lnp,r«hiMn, Joltn McKne, I leotor McNeil, Alexander MeDonidd, 
William Kidston, jr., Imuohlan McFudyan, AnM:n8 Molvor, Rhoderiek 
Meliae, Sumnol 0, CamplH^U, Donald Moln'mi, Donald MoQiiany, 
John A FrAser, Domdd Moliae, Alexander Fertiuson, Alexander S. 
MolXmald, Henry Foyle, Donald ^{illis, J. 0. Uovd. EtlwardP. McNeil, 
Dnnoan MeAKkill, Mnnlooh MoKenzie, D* nahl IVlcKay, l'hi!ip Fraser, 
DiMHld J. MiKac, llMjjh MoAskvIl, Malcolm McLeod,"l)uncnn Muiiae, 
Donald MvlA^«n» John Morrison, Try )• Hull, Charles Hart, David 
McO»mly, Charl*« MclKmald, Charles L. Campbell, I^ter Mclie«Kl, 



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rilHu'ftH Ucrt. \h\\\H\(\ Wiill<''i-. K. H. M' Ki'ti/ic, llohi-rf I), (.'rtmiilM'fl, 
»h»B«'|)li llt'olfni, Hcfinld Ml hoiinl'l, Dciniiin M<U'nt\, Vntutitx MrMdil, 
AtipMi Mr'Mniinlil, .Mhti Miittro, NiitliMh Ntinn, ifiuncM McKlrifinii, 
Alo^'r Mrhonnlil, I). K. M«-M't»', Allnii MfMlllnii, An(fM« McKftiJili', 
Dtinrwii lVt*'t)onntil,.j II. ('ohonii, Dntilyl Mvlfi),"<jMh, JvTor H, Mfl.ffui, 
Philip Mi'DoiniM 'riiuums H. Mmlrnfi, I.nUcliInn (J ('wM)plirll,.foh»i A. 
Mchnnnlil, OonnM .1. MrliOoil, Mfjfuilil McDniiflM, ./'Win Cnfiiplifll, 
MUh'l Mclicnfn hnimld McLpiim, Aluxntidiir Mv\UtunU\, .'(iliii T. 

Bl'tllllflP, Nl 11. 

CoitNtr OK YAtnif)lltll — 'f'nwvnfiift of Yiiininiilli: f,f'on Wpptoti, 
llcnjnmiii llof»ptM, 'rii«iinn» l>. <'lilj»Mimi, Ni«lliiin Ifilfrrti, VVHII/u»i 
Jlimlll, Uolit Uttmii, .1. Crnnlrv, AfHil MoJiIiIiih, N' I><(>ii ('(irnln 
NtitliMii (jt(tsl)v. H<!iij I'. ('ihhIiv, (J«;o Ciosliy, ifolni Kdviiiird, (ifo 
Hinwii, Miinnicf Flint, Nflicmliifi K. (loiticriiH. .liuolt Hiifflcld, Nnihnn 
Momcm, (liiiN Todldrd, CliHK HfoH, Smul (rdsbv. HIcli T. ('lOHliy, ,U)Un 
Knudiill, .lohii A. Iladii'ld, Hfcph I'liHiii, <f. Wciitwrirfli Mofid/, Aldcn 
FilliH, (.'lian |i] Hitnvn, VVilllfini llidov, .In'ofi liHiidirM, Knvirifln i)fcfiii|t<, 
I'lilllp lllhoii, Hiitmu'l M. {{ycrsoii, NnrliMtiiol I-cavIh, Jiunrn Rtflrrltl, 
Willliuii V. nn»\vn, Clifltidkr HolddtiH, Hiiiniicl thirnilton, Myrorj JV 
fyiidd, (l^oifrn II. -U-nkltiH, Tliorrins M. (Vo^liv. Tlioin.iH M. liCwh, Utili't 
K. lloM', NiiiliMifit'l lloL'ii, ("liHrlf'M Cflluin, jr.. W 11. Moody, Willlnm 
I). Lovill, ('«'orgo \{. Pdtv, Williatii Lnw, Nnflmfiicl Cliiiirfdll, Amo« 
Hilton, Im rortci-, DnincI McIiimtrliUti, .fo«opli H. Khificy, Atmlcy 
Porter, Dnvid ('roMliy, Nntlitui ll. ijv.wl . Wdliniri S. Porter", VVlllinrn 
Minrill.jr., I'ly.. kifl M. Hiti(r,.l(dm Miir|ihy, Siinmtd J. ffiitf'cdd, rjcrorfro 
U. Bttiitit, dtdiM'M hiirhcf, .fntri"H d ToviH, .hiuvn rrosliy, lliirrif) 11, 
C'rosliv, .IruiuM F. M<'(Mt, Willifint II. ('o(d<, Alirnrn TlifirHion. Kriiriri» 
(I. fVmk, Kdwnrd H, WilliiiiiiM, IHnlrlrt nf An/i/f'- Inrnel IFiirdltii,', 
Uidtert H. Kiikitm, dnincs M. l-<'!it. Mfi(t deflVry, I'clcr R. D'Kfitreinorft, 
dtdin Hfrnriptn, Midintd Mnn'tti,', VV. |)'l;tttrf'Tnorit, Ohr-d W. SI«ieomfi, 
C'yiil Mnliiiii', ,f(>r"lninlt J^Ikim, tj<>u\'* M. l)T;(i(r<'rfintit, Klillrniiri f/nrkin, 
Kilos (Jiu'ltH'r, .fiiiiU'H pniicctt, Sitmoi) (inrdticr, (icrMiis f J'^i'itrffnont, 
I.uhIm n. D'lotitp'inoii* lVt<'r Hiuittc, doliti (invol, dncoh Flint, Kdwnrd 
K. P»'rry, AiimiIiii (). IVtrtur, lliliiiro V. Porter, \ivnwH Siiretto, IjOIiIh 
A. h'l'iiHrciiHiiit, Cnlcli Spinney, d. Ilnrvcy !Vl«'Iynrr(!n, Alfiert Onyfotf, 
lii'uniel llrtrtiiltnti. dolui (Jfuidwiti, jr , diuocs Aiiinro, LrtMi V. Amero, 
doll H. Hliriivelt, dolin (,'iirlifnd, deifiniidi Miirpliv* Mellord H'tinn, ('nicdi 
Cnok, d. Ii^rrniii Hiniiil, Williiiiii H. (iiivell, Monde Wliite, iJuvId h. 
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for taklnfir Affidavits to hold to £all. 

OottNTr MK Annai'oi.ih — tJeo 11. (4rnf»Hie, I. W, T{u^m'!<«, Jottepli 
Wli('elo(d<, diiines (iitiv, VVilliiUii Y. FosOt, ( 'lins M. I nrlics, dr;|in 
Mill.s, dolin Klii!t, Uuli'crt Mills, Fdivivrd JJiuienu, T. VV, CllC^J<•y, TIjoh 
(!, VVIieelwek, Albert lli'nl.'^, I«. H. Mois*!, V/illiarn IJemdon, 'rlioMiHH 
A. (iiwiizn, WieliHidson llniris, A. VV. (!orliett, Hiirrl.s Von Mlnreoin, 
Uielinrd d. Unincko, d. (J. H. Parker, Willinni Chipninn, Satnncl 
MneCorninok, Alhert Morse, Simimd II. (ti'ny, Kdwin Haei^hn, Jidin 
U. Wllli«, Timotliv ('. Ilohnker. Willlnfn Cnrleton, Jnmes Whc!<'!oel?. 



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lv> IV F. IVrtidhH, .lolui Mlllrti, Ali»xnn«h»r d. f*«i»n«ioH, Nnf»t»MH il 

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l*mil), NV V Hum. At»!tu«- l»Mi'ltN»tH, Atmun Nttl.pml/hiMfnpnnM »l. 
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AhImu- U liioKot, Mrtnllnn <'»«tff, >VIIH.«m Mntt^Hf. 

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Uimit MiUoMrtM. WlllitUM A. MrKtHM). Aiox N. McDminhl, .(oliti W. 
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Hi ln»NoU'. Wm. TwiHiHtf, M.' I. Wilkin^,' (1».h. 'rnylnr. VVrtlhuw 
Ul-Ahnm, Wm I'' Mi't'ov. John H. 1'mippi*. »l(»loi It. AmloMtin, Ibmhc 
»V WvM»». AloK NH»i|liHi. John Krwlo, If, Uh. A. Alllwm, J. II KrUh, 
Wm It |foMi»i. 4. VV. I.uneh\v, l.tMvid W. l)«'!*U«ri'M, WHIl.tm Mmuo, 
J, llrtrvpv Kiiih. IVvo»o A. WiiitoM. Thomiin HluliK.lohu M, ('hi«ih(tl»(i. 
i^hrtilM il 1'u|»|«>t, Uohru ModjiPWick, Clint lo,i HvjImov Ifmihiytoii, 
vlohu 1\ lliilmo«..lrtinn» M. Oxlt^y, W«U«»r H, Doull. Ueitrjfo It. Klpl(Uti«, 
l»V<lpHok IV OiiOrtm. JomuhrtM r»o'sou8, Wllllnm (NmdoM, I'etcr H. 
tvlm*k«», ♦!. W. K^'lly .lohmilon. 

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0»«rv«n\ M. IV (iotHlm\ (looim? II. Kln|i!:, J- W, OhhvIov, imw 
lUmllioit, Upv, II. IV Almon. 

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An^vMH MoHounrll, Wllllnm {\\A\\, Wlljlnin Mcl'liMncm, JliincHn 
(\oupMI, M.O., l>oi»nhl MotliHinhl, Aiinui* Uinnt, A. A. Taylor, 
.l»»n«p« T. Vtovwiioo. .fohii MoKny. John Mctntoiih, M.i». 

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OrrtUO» )U>^iniulii U. (>tilUhi, Wlnckwonh Chlpmnn, Wm Eaton, Oeo 



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WiM-W. (}|t«(iMl«', .Ntliti HMllnfi. Miijuh .f <'flrttpr'»fi. fl«tM Mfifoffnll, 
.hihM II MchOfialtl, A. M. Kmnor, Mlchnrrl TUhfi^t, tluUm Willie, 
.f«»n«»« M(»y. 

Vtf. or fjiim«'«« -JnfiM K»lirnr,.f«m»»i (V»IH^, Wm, Khrff, Mnft hrcw, 
Jr., Wlllliun AfitlcMOM, l'Mtrl«fc klynn, 'thmunn M. iUvipUy. 

Co. or flO'OtiOMfi WllllnWf (V)f'hfoft, .ft»>in U f^tnUh, f>nf»lc1 
OMt. MMtl«l»«fi, Isftrt^ I.^V^(^(f>llM^ John KrH^liil, .yolin ^ff^tl^^!f<m, >C. IV 
Klyf»M, .lolifi M. l(hlnHrh««<, ihwhi (huiU'hv, Afff«M§ IVI<'Nr«H, Oo/iftf* M. 
nif««»(»H, .tnl«ri Moj-flKdM, l^•t^r OrouHiy, Wllllnrti H. (Jnfl^r, hniUi A. 

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0«l»H«'l HiilnTtflCfti. .;. (V Rmifli, Wm .1 Mdl II, frwrn, Jiwoh 
Ijin'ko, .fnniM I' .lf»ltfi«Wif», (JHirgn A. ('fot,.|o(in H l/nwrrn<«>. Prank 
L\ UlrtiK'linKl, 'riioffuw W. WllHofi, John K. Kmiwlwi, MnrtlMt (*. 

Covin. 

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Wff» JnnM, llonnld M^^r•n^, Af(«y r«yl(ir, jr., I?. M^he»flnM, ^fohft 
llitfkf», »I(iImi ti. R(»thnm% m o , .lohft M iUiU\iihtiiiti. 

(?o, Mr YArtWOt'Tff- .^lll^ flMtirmio, Kn<»« fiftrdnof, ,1. "W. U. 
Howl«'y,,|iH M. (i««fif, 'lUnimn M. Klifif, Nnflmn Hilton, Tlioirmd B. 
Cionlijr, M(»of^O Miujjwy, •/. W. II, Mowl(!y. 



DOMINION OFFICERS. 



ItioltidoM AudH Offloft, AwxlutRTit. no(»*»fv6* Oenef»l'« Offloftr 

Aiiioron'd Orrrnr — Auffitor, Rydenhom Heme. Af^rminttinf, 
Uoliort KtuMMir. </7^r/, .1. P, Dillon 

A«Rr«TANr IlKOititnM OMffhW^f/^ Orrir»». — Ai^niMnnt Hi>N'ippr 
(h'lwrni, #/. It. Wlllln««. AirnnnUinf, f/Owld P«rk<'f. Mfn^fpfffir, Mi<!h 
A«.«»tln. 

f^AViNOX' WKnK.-^MnuniiCT, <!. W. Wnllnoft. At-rmnltml, A. (/. 
.Inhnntono. • '/W/^r, ,1. W. ilnlc<nn. <;/^f/lr, (K W. Power. 



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AoBNciKA OP Dominion Savings' IUnk. 



Acadinn Miwn, ticorKO lluuKyis. 
Amherst, C. K. IlutchToni. , ,, 
Antiijonlsh, II. P. llill. 
AnnafhtUs, H. VnnHtnirom. 
Arirhnt, W. O. DiiHnm. 
iJiiilildi; Alex. Cniuumn. 
Lianmjton^ F. W. Homer, 
liriiljctrater, 'Plioinns Wliitford. 
r%f>i/, nothford Veils. 
Onifshoro, Clii'ii)to])hcr Jost. 
Kaitvilfc, W. ^I. Carmh«rs. 
Little (ilnce liivj, S. MnjDonnlil. 



/jinpuhuty, Mv^ A M. Uudolpli. 
MalUand, L. 13. Cochran. 
J'anshoro; A. S. 'r«>wri.s1ieiid. 
Port Hood, K. I), t lotnuhi. 
Pidmi, Alox. McWinll. • 

Slurtinmkp, Thus. Oiimpl>cl]. 
iSheHmrnc, W. \V. Atwood. 
Sudnny, Uoljort Martin. 
'It urn, John F. Crow. 
Weijinvulh, C. 1). Jones. 
Windnnr, Kd. O'Brieii. 
Yitnnouf/i, A. J. Hood. 



Livcrpnol, A. tJ. Cnm]>boll. 

Pknftkmti Any — Wardm, (SI ,400) John Flinn. Mrdind Atlrmliut, 
($500) Rufus S. Black, M.n. 'C/Kiphi'm, (S40() caeli) Ucv Alex Uoinuns, 
llov T. J. D9iy. ChiifOj/iccr, ($600) Charles Ross. 

Immioratiox OfPicK — Af/ent, E<l\vin Clny, Hnli^x. 

In^i'isctor ov Stkamkub for Nova Scotia and Nkw BrUhs- 
wicic— W. M. Smith, St. John, N. B. 

Arhituatous — Junicii Cowun, Isidore llurteau, WlUittm Compton, 
Williain Taylor. 



OFFIOIAIi ASSIGNEES UNDER INSOLVEINOY ACT. 



Ann,ii>olis, R. J. Uniackc. 
Antirfonisli, A. MclJillivary. 
CaiHi Uteton, C. W. llill. 



I fonts, Thos Avlwaril. 

Lunndmrq, lleurv Jost. 

Vittmi, VV. W. (il.jnnio. 

" Gcorpo Lyall. 
QiHTiis, W. Ford. 
liirhtmmd, J. It. Rhindrcs. 
iS/u'lbi(iur, Charirs lluod. 
Shi'ilironh', W. II. McDaniel. 
Viiiaria, Duncan McDonald. 
Yaiino\Uli, S. li. Murray. 



Wm. Routledgo. 
Coh'h'stte, Jns. K. Ulair. 
Cumberland, II. W. Baker. 
/)i;/hf, G. Henderson. 
Gujfslfonmift'i, \v. Ilart^ihorno. 
Kiivfs, 10. (-ojj^swell. 
Inverness, Jamas G. McIIccn. 
Hcdifax, W. H. Crcighton. 
*" II. II. Bligh. , , : . 

Port of Halifax — Tnsperthifj Plnjsidan, (Si ,000) W. N. Wickwirc, 
M. D. Assistant Pkysiviau,(%\i)l)) J\\\\w^V\i\», M. I). Port Warden, 
Capt David Iluntftr. JIurbour Master, Capt Elijlia Wood, iihlppinfj 
Master, Asahcl B. Bligh. 

Port of Pictou — Harbour Commissioners, lion. Robert P. Grunt, 
Joseph (Jortlon, James 1). McGicfior, Thos. Fraser. Pilotai/r. Anthoiity, 
Hon. Robert P. Grant, Joseph Gordon, James D. McGrefror, Alexander 
J. Patterson, Captain Diiniel McDonald. Harbtmr A/aster, John Gunn. 

Port of Sydnky — Port Physician, A. D. MeGillivrav, M. D. 
Harbour Master, Arthur H. Bouriiiot^ tSluppiny Master, Uobert R. 
Ingrahaui. 

Port Warden at Port Ilnwkesbury, Daniel llcnnessy. 

•' *• at Port Mnlgravc, George B. Hadley^ • 



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NOVA 800TIA. POSTAL DIVIBION. 

Pout Oflirr Fnitperfnr, («2,20O) Chnrles J. Macdonnld. Amt. P. 0. 
Inaprdor] ($1,30U) J. 1). Story. Clerks, Innprctor't Office, T. Sonthftll, 
Dou|;inR Stcwnrt, ThomaN K. Dnvison. 8. J. R. Sircom. Renident Office 
Keejtfr and lUesiwwjer, 11. U. McMillan. 

Railway Mail Service. 

Cferka, E. A. Bont, Alfred Brown, Frnnk P. Bent, J. McN. Gabriel, 
R. Dnvison, J. W. II. Cnmcron, J. McNeill, W. Crowly. 

Halifax Post Office. 

PoHt MaMer, (S2,400) II. W. Blackadnr. Arnintnnt Potlmatltr, 
($1,200) F. V. Trcmainc. C/erkn, Thos. W. ]>e Wolfe, Arthur H. 
CunninKlinm, Wm. H. Chamlierlnin, T. G. CreiRhton, T. W. Casey, 
Joseph O'Hrien, John O'Toole, W. V. Smith, David O'Brien, Patk. 
Mulcnhy, C. D. Friiser, C. M. B. Ijownds, L. \V. Travis, F. J. Power, 
Will'am Parker, Edwi.rd Dclancr, Chris. Wood*, Jr«. A. Mansfief'l, 
A. C. Crowe. Tenifwrnrif Clerk, W. II. Wnlkcr. Newepaper Sorter, 
John Wood. Letter Camera, S. Saondors, (Superintendent); J. 
FitKfronild, John Wilson, Kdw. Carroll, H. G. Lnurilliard, J. Mahar, 
J. O'Mnlley, P. Mnllnney, Roht Myers. Box Collectors, J. J. Mulcahj, 
John Ilostcrman. Messenger, D. Silvertljornc 



MAILS. 



Nortkem—(n}i Intercol«>nlftl Railway.) 
Countieo of Cuinl»erl»ii<l nml Colches- 
ter, And Kaxtern Hantit ; and ploceit 
in Maliftix along the line of Inter- 
colonial Kaiiway 

Truro, Amherst, Shubenacadie and 

BHlibnl 

MuM]iiodoboit, tua 8hiil>onacndift.. . . 



Eastern— (By Pictou Branch.) 
ConnticB of Piototi, Anti^oninh, and 
OujBboro'; and Island of Cape 

Br«ton 

Pictou (town) and New Glasgow. . . . 

Eastern Shore— (hy Coach.) 
Musquodoboit Harbor, Tangier, Sheet 
Harbor, Marie Jo«eph, fto 



Wfst(frn—(By W. 4" A. Railway.) 
Counties of Yarmouth, Digby Anna- 
polis, and Kings, and Western 

Hants 

Kllershonse and Windsor 

Hautsport, Wolfvillu and Koutvillo. . 



Western Shore— (Tiy Coach.) 
Counties of Ijiincnburc, Queens, and 
Shelburne, and settlements at heiul 
of N. W. Arm and St. Margaret's 
Bay (Co. or Halifltz) 



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KlUnhoiise, 
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Folly Villone, 
Frtnch VitUufg, 
Gay's Ulver, 



John K. I^fiitilvy. 

Onorjfp P. Itiirton. 

Joint Mci'oul. 

llutfli McDonald. 

W. A. Fulmer, 

J Johnson. 

Ai«)x. Dunhar. 

II. F. Donaldson. 

J. McLcHn. 

Andrt'w K. Grnham. 

D. V. T.ayton. 

J. Ti. Briiic. 

M. Frame. 

Mattltow Anhihnld. 
Ulongarry 8ta*n, Uoht Sulhorland. 
Goldenville, Noil MoQiiarric. 

(fOOHC Kivcr, O. H. Hurt«r, 8r. 
GrnnviUe Fertfi, lluffh. M. Irving. 
Grand Narrows, S. McNuil. 
Great yilUtae, Kobt^rt Dill. 
Oreenvillo Sta'n, J. S. Fon»liner. 
Gtty^ivu^, £. J. Cunningham. 
Hanttport. Wm. Davison. 

/lar. au Boueke, Kdward C!orb«tt 

Charles Cahan. 

John Gunn. 

Alex McMillan, Jr. 

W. M CarruUiers. 

I. S. Sand ford. 

GiH). Wm. Martin. 
Kingston Station, A. C. VanBu8kirk. 
LawreHcetotpn^ John W. James. 
LiugaHy Konald McDonald. 

Little Bras d* Or, John H. Christie. 
Little Olace Bay, W . G. Keay. 
Liveiiwol, A. J. Campbell. 

Locktport, Koss Hammond. 

Long Island, Ja8.W. Kldridge. 
Lotcer Barton, J. W. Borden. 
JA)toer VArdiMsefJoi. Mstheson. 
lAHoer Stewiacke, Frs H. Hoidsworth. 
Lunenburg, Mrs. A. M. liudolf 

Mabou, H. McDonald. 

I^accan, Kobort D. Koach. 

Mahone Bay, H. Schnare. 
J/<itVkft</,^iiant8)Alcxr i{ov.» 
Margaree Forks, Don".ld Campbell. 
Margaret //rtr6'**Colin Gillis. 
MargaretviUe, T. A. Margeson. 
Melrose, James Stewart. 

Middleton, John Gullivan. 

Mia Vithge, H. H. Mack. 
3/«ftof»,( Queens) Edwd. Kempton. 
Minudia, Gilbert Seaman. 

Mount Uniacke,Kichard McLearn. 
MtuquodoH Mid. Robt. Kaulback. 
" Upper S. L. Henry. 



I/^nvn, 

Hopewell, 

I$aac'$ Harbor^ 

Kentville, 

Ketmetcmk, 

Kinggport, 



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Ojlford, 

Piirrnfjort), 

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PicNw, 

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VV. New Annan, Wellington IMair. 
Now(/au)plM)llt«mC'luiH. \,. (.'anipbull. 
Xcir (ilimj/otr, Wm. Frawr. 
New Hme, John I'ratt. 

NetofHtrt, Jas. F. (3iK'hran. 

Newfiort LnndingJ. W. Allison. 
Station, J. L. Sweet. 

Wm. Forlica. 

Onnand O'Brien. 

G. K. Ball. 

Henry S. Smith. 

John W. Jenks. 

Wn». V. Morse. 

K<lmnnd MclMiuil. 

Jcmalhnn Hartley. 

Jas. (i. McKeen. 
P^rt llawkuhury, Angus (irant. 
Pm't llttod, Angus McDonald. 

Port Medtooy, Freeman Culiuoii. 
Port MiUqvare, Mrs. H. Trites. 
Port yMl)iam9, Albert Chase. 

•• •• SUtion, Fred. E. Forsyth. 
Pugwaah, Levi Borden. 

River Btmrgoite, (3eo H. Bisselt. 
River John, John D. Gould. 

Mrs. Grace i'hillps. 

Jno H. Morehouse. 

W. Uall. 

Kobt. R. Thompson 

Jas. U. McDonald, 
ShinimicasBridg John Brander. 
Slinbenacadie, Andrw Kirkpatrick 
Spring Hill mineBAl. S. Kohs. 
St.AndrewtA Ant)D. Chisholm. 
St. Mary's Eay, Edw. Everett. 

Hodk. G. Mon'ison. 

H. Mckenzie. 

Robert Martin. 

Mifs H. F. Rigby. 

J. M. Forrest. 

Robert Purvis. 

Placido Dflorv. 

Wm. McCully. 

JM. Lent. 

Francis Cox. 

B. S. Seaman. 

J. P. Pineo. 

John McCudough. 

John Lingley. 

James Mci)onald. 

Wm. Munro. 
'* Station Wm. S. Graham. 
W^entworth Sta'n, J. H. Livingstone. 
Westport, BenJ. H. Ruggles. 

Westrille, Duiican Baltour. 

Weymouth^ C. D. Jones. 

" Bridge George J. Hoyt. 
Whycocoinagh, Mra. C McDonald. 



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Sheet Harbor, 
Slielburtie, 
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Tangier, 
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Money Order OfflOM. 

Tht) IlnHfnx Pout OtTlre. iind the OtReen in the nhovo lint mnrkoil in 
italics, aro Monojr Order OtHcm, nn<l nro tiitlioHxMi to iivuo Onlrni 
nnynlrle nt any Monuy Onlvr Ofllrv in tlio Dominion ut' Cunada, New- 
fbuntllanil, titu UnituU Kingtloni ur Uriiiitli Intliu. 

Minor Post OIHoeB- 

In addition to tlie aliuvu, tliorn aro uimurdH of eicht liundi-c«I minor 
Poiit OtIicrM, and Way or 8ub-PoHt OtnccH in tlio difVurciit (!oiinticit of 
the I'rovinvo. 

Rates of Foatage within the Dominion. 

^ LKTTKlia. 

To places within tho Dominion of Canada, S centi per half ox. each. 
Letters paid lots than one rate will not bo forwarded. Other iliort paid 
letterH will lie taxed with double the amount of tho deficient pottage. 

On Icttori posted at an Office to bo delivered from it, commonly known 
as liOcal or "drop letters,'* the rate will be I cent per 4 <»>» to boiu 
all cascR prepaid by Postage Stamps affixed to snch letter when potted. 

Kc'directed Letters will be forwarded without any additional charge 
if not taken from the office or if handed back at tho moment of their 
delivery, but if taken from the office and euffsoqoently ro-pottcd theT 
become subiect to a new rate of postage, in default of which they will 
be sent to the Dead Letter Office, Ottawa. 

MEWSPArKRS AND PKRIOUIOALB. 

Newspapers and periodicals printed and published in Canada raay 
be sent by Post from the Office of puhlicaiion or newy agency at the 
rate of 1 cent per lb., to regular subscr.lxsrs or news agents in Canada. 

Transient Nowspa^iers and Periodienis addressed to places in Canada, 
will be sent at the rate of one cent ])er 4 ounces, which must bo prepaid 
by ])08tage stamp. Newspapers and Periodicals weighing less than one 
ounce n ay bo posted singly, pre])aid by postage stamp, one half ct. each. 

MISCKI.LANEOUS MAIL MATTKR. 

Periodicals, Books, Pamphlets, and occasional Publications, Books 
and NewsjMi|jer Manuscript, Circulars, Prices Current, Hand Bills, 
Maps, Prints, Drawings, Engravings, Music, Packages of Seeds, 
Cuttings, Roots, Scions, Grafts, Botaniual Sjioeimcns, etc., and patterns 
or samples of merchandise. 

To any place in Canada, I cent per 4 oz. each packet, Books, Circu- 
I lars. Music, etc., must lie put up open nt botli ends. 
i Prepayment of Matter of the nliove description is in all cases com- 
j pulsory. 

I . ) PARCKL8. 

j To any place within the Dominion 6 cents per 4 ozs., which rautt be 
{ prepaid. Parcels must not exceed 5 lbs in weight. 






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Thd'Iitnlt of wcij^ht of Books, Piinled Mntfftr, Commerrial P-^pors, 
Documents &c., as well as fob Nkwspai'kiss, is 4 lbs. nvoirdufiois, 



UIMWN di WBK1I, <IMIe Atttjf, Brwtni a €«.,» tenta^Ohmim ttlt4. 



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and of Samples nnd Patterns 8 ok ; nnd the size of a packn{;e of Samples 
and Patterns is limited to S inches in length, 4 inches in breadth, and 2 
inchec in depth ; these apply to nil Postal Union destinations. The 
limit of wei};iit, however, for Book Pnckots, &c., to the United Kincdom 
is 5 lbs. Matter exceeding the limit of weight cannot be forwarded. 



It will bo observed that all classes of matter can l>e registr-'ed to the 
United States and all Oountrics- named in Lists I. and II. 

letters containing coin or jewelry addressed to the United Kingdom 
or Forciirn Conntries (cxci'pt the United States) will not •»€ forwarded 
to their destination, but will ho sent fo the Dead Ixjttcr Office, Ottawa. 

Newspapers and periodicals printed and published in Canada may 
lie sent by ])08t from the office of publication or news agency, at the 
rate ot 1 cent |)er lb. to regular subset iliera or news agents in Newfound- 
land, the United Kingdom, or the United States. 

Further information in regard to the rates of postag<iB to British 
Colonies and foreign countries, via England, or the United States, 
inland and foreign u\ail connections, the rules governing letters, news- 
papers, books, periodicals, samples and parcel post, and the transmis- 
sion of post cards, ships letters, dead letters, franking antl fne matter, 
&c., may be obtained at any Post Office. 






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Postage Stamps, Post Cards, etc , issued by tbe Oaiiadlan 

P. O. Department. 

The stamps issued by the Canadian Post Oiiice Department, are of 
the following denominations, viz. : postage stam])8, i c., 1 c, 2 c., 3 c , 
6 c., 10 c, 121 c. and 15c.; registered letter stamps, 2 c. and 5 c. 

Post Canls are issued at one cent each, nnti may !)« sent to any 
address in Canada or United States. Post Bands are for sale at the 
rate of SI -25 per hundred. Post cards are also issued at two cents each 
for transmission to the United Kingdom, Nowfouadland. 8t. Pierre ct 
Mlquelon, and certain foreign countries. ; ; l.^;/,; ,f 1^/ ^,, Kf..«vSUrf*<vv: 

Commission on Money Orders. *'•'."* '**^*'»'^"^" 

On orders payable in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward 
Islanc'., Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba, or British Columbia : 

Not exceeding S4«........ \..2eent«. ■ ' 

Over $4 " '' $10 6 ^'iaatn 

" 20 » " 40 20 " I -IrLh 

" 40 " " fiO 30 u '''-"""" 

' htf, «« 00 " " 80 .40 "tifirf nO 

" 80 " " 100 !!!..*. !!..*.!!.!! 60 **. \v,*ti,'io 

No single order, payable in the Dominion, can be granted for more 

On Orders payAble in Newfoundland: ' 

Not exceeding £5 stg 25 cents. 

OverXSstg. '* 10" 50 » u»u«>5 

" 10 " " 15 " 75 " ' 

" 15 " " 20 " $1,00 

No single order on Newfoundland can be granted for more than 
£20 stg. 

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Not exceediog £2 8tf( 25 cents. 

Over £9 8tg. • 5 " 50 " 

' 6 " • 7 '• ,.. .75 " 

I7o single order on tlic United Kingdom can be granted for more 
thanXlOstg. 

On orders payable in British India : 

Not oxceerting .£2 stg 30 cents. 

Over ;€2alg. '* 5 " fiO " 

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On Orders pnyable in the United States not exceeding .1?25, 25 cts. 
Over $25 and not exceeding $50, 50 cents. No single order on the 
United States can be granted for more tbnn $50. 

Full information in regard to M' icy Orders may be obtained at any 
Money Order I'ost Office. 



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EAZL^AYS. STAaZ OOACSES A17S STEAMEZIS. 



INT£RCOIiONIAIi RAILWAY. 

The Intercolonial Kailway connects Ilulifax, N. 8., with St. John, 
N. ii. ; !':id by Moncton and Riviere du Loiip wilh th« Grand Trunlc 
Railway to Quebec and Montreal, and ihe whole Rnilwa^ sysicuj of 
Canada ; and by a branch line from Truro to I'ictou, with the Gulf of 
St. Lawrence. SuperiutendeiU, li. LuttreM^ Esq., Monetou, N. B. 
lias Stations as follows : — 



NOVA SCOTIA. 

Halifax .... 

Four Mile House. 4 

Bedford .... 8 

Rocky Lake .... 11 

Windsor Junction 13 

Wellington .... 21 

Grand Lake .... 23 

Oak Held 25 

Enfield 28 

Elmsdale .... 30 

Milford 35 

Shubcnacadio .... .'10 

Stewiacku .... 44 

Polly lK)g .... 48 

Brook field .... 53 

Johnston .... 57 

Trnro .... 61 



Ishgonish 

Debcrt 

fxjndondcrry 

Folleigh Lake 

Wentworth 

Greenville 

Thomson 

Oxford 

River Philip 

Salt Springs 

iSpringhill 

Athol 

Mactiin 

Nn])pan 

Amherst 



NEW BRUNSWIC 

Aulac .... 



69 Sackville 

73 1 )orchcstcr 

78 Meinramcook . . . 

86, Meadow Brook.. 

90 Pa in sec Junction 

96 Huniphroy 
103, Moncton 
107iBoundary Cicck. 
110 Salisbury 
114 ■ 
121 
12i 
130 
133 
138 



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Pollet River 

Pctitcodiac 

Anagancc 

Pcnobsciuis 

Plumwcsecp 

Sussex 

A|H}haqui 

Norton 

Hloomficid 

Passekonjr 



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. 159 

. 167 

. 174 

. 179 

. 185 

. 187 

.. 197 

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Hampton .... 254 
Nauwigewauk.. .. 2S9 

Quispninsis .... 264 

Rothesay .... 2G7 

Riveraide .... 269 

Torrybiirn .... 270 

Brookvillo .... 272 

Moo8eputh .... 273 

St. John .... 276 

MONCTON TO 
RIVIKItE DU LOUP. 



Moocton 

Berry'a Mills 

Canaan 

Coal Branch 

Welford 

Ferris 

Forest 



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187 
195 
206 
215 
224 
235 
244 



Bamaby River. . . 
Chatham Junction 
Miraraichi .... 
Beaver Brook.... 
Bartibogae .... 
Red Fine .... 
Bathurst .... 
Petite Roche .... 
Bclledune .... 
Jftcquet River.... 
New Mills .... 
Chailo .... 

Dalliousie .... 
Camphcllton .... 
Metanediac .... 
Mill Stream .... 
Assametquaghan.. 
Causnpscal .... 
Amqui .... 

Cedar Hall .... 



Sayabec .... 448 

Tartague .... 458 

St. Octave .... 468 

St. Flavie .... 477 

St. Luco .... 485 

Rimouski .... 495 

Bic aoe 

St. Fabicn .... 515 

St. Simon .... 525 

Trois Pisioles .... 534 

Isle Verte .... 544 

St. Arsene .... 552 

Cacounii .... 555 

Reviere Du Loup 561 

BY GRAND TRUNK. 



255 

259 

265 

275 

286 

296 

309 

321 

329 

338 

347 

353 

363 

372 

385 

395 

405 

420 Point T^vi, 1 

433 (opp Quebec) \ " 

441 1 Montreal 848 



676 



STATIONS ON THE PICTOU BRANCH. 

Truro .... 61 1 West River 82 1 New Glasgow .... 104 

Valley .... 65 Glctigarry .... 89 Pictou Landing . . 112 

Union .... 70 HoixjwcU .... 96 Pictou (boat) 113 

Ri vcrsdale .... 741 Stcllarton .... 101 

The Intercolonial Railway connects at Pictou, (during the navigable 
season) with Prince Edward Island Steam Navigation Co.'s steamers 
for Port Hood, Cliarlottctown, Georgetown, Summcrside and Shcdiac; 
Also, at St. John, by rail and steamers, with all parts of the Upper 
Provinces and the United States. 

Routes connecting with Intercolonial Railway. 

The trains of the Intercolonial Railway connect at Brookfield daily 
with conveyance to Up])(il' Stewiacke; at Truro semi-wcckly, with 
conveyance to Earltown, and tri-wcekly with conveyance to Onslow ; 
at River DeBert daily, with coach to Folly Village and tri-weekly to 
Mass Town ; at liondonderry Station daily, with coaches to Acadia 
Iron Mines and Great Village, and thence to Economy and Five 
Islands ; at Wcntworth Station daily, with coaches to Tatamagouchc ; 
at Greenville Station daily, with coach to Wallace; at Thomson's 
I Station daily, with coach to Pugwash; at Athol daily, wi«h coach to 
Parrsboro', and there tri-weekly with coach to Advocate Harl)or ; at 
Maccan daily with coach to River Kebert and Lower Cove; at Amherst 
tri-weekly with coach to Goose Ri' cr. 

The trains of the Pictou branch connect at West River Station tri- 
weekly, with conveyances to West River, Durham and Pictou. 

SPRING HILL AND FARRSBOROUGH RAILWAT 

Connects at Spring Hill Junction with trains of the Intercolonial 
Railway. Manager, J. A. Killam. Has stations at — 



Spring Hill Junction . . 

Spring Hill Mines 5 

Maccan 13 

Southampton ^6 



West Brook 19 

Halfway Lake 22 

Lakeland 29 

Parrsborough 32 



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AnoHTHAT'n'fl Stajre (carry inp H. M. MaiUj. leaves Ualilnkjlrr Mui- 
(Miodoljoit Hnrhour, Joddorc, ShipHarbqqr, Tangwr, Sheet H«i;boiir, 
Bcqjver Hafbour ^d tSflfuoq Imer, every. Mw<ffy, Wedtieadoff^ imati 
tytdttif morning at ^ o'clock ; resuming the intcr^'ening days. 



Innis', Porter's Lake* . . . ' y^^ 
Ormon'n, Chezetcook Rd 2 
Mnsquodohoi t Harbour . . 10 
Weblie»'». Lrtkevllte^ . . . I Ij 
Ship Harbour ««,. 8 



Tai^gier (56) 8 

Shoet Hiirtour^ .-.' \& 

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Tats' Stage (carryiiK^ H. M. Mfih?) leaves Shulicnacadie Station 
after the arrival of tW morning train from Halifax, for Middle and 
Upi)er Musquodoboit every 1'ue»day, Thured^^. aud , gaturday ; re- 
turning on Monday, Wednesday, d'na Friday.^ ' 

To. Sl^erbrooke, GoldenTiUe, ftp. ., 

' F&AdER'S Moil Coaches run frOm New Glasgow to Sherbrooke, daily ; 
through tickets issued nt the Ratlwaty Depot, Halifak. ThU route is iti 
direct communication witli the Qgld Diggings at Sherbrooke, ppldon- 
villc and otb6r.d1strict». ,, , , , 

. C9f)n€|etion& are ^adeat Melrose trj- weekly with Stewart s Coachns 
to Country Harbor and Isaacs Harbor, Sollers' Coaches %0i Ofawhovo' 
and Port Mulgravc, and semi-weekly with Tays' Coaches to ulenclg 
anti Caledonia. :ni • /r • ■'-it- • r ?r' '» 

Kirk'« Stage (oauryiog H. M. Mails) ]eav«» 'AntigonijArfor 
Glunelg on .^on(/a;y, .HV/iM-Wu?/ and Friday, aiuit arriyal of-^MaiTfr^n) 
Cnpe Breton, returning same days. Cotmect at Um^er Qro/ss UfMd^ 
with McDonald's Stages between New Glasgow and Sherbrooke.' 

To fLVitigqnia3[ifl^^fr9if>/a$ Ganap ;«pd :q«pe Sfol^n. 

Javt>»ay & Co.'s .Miiil (poaches -leave, ^e\i^ Glasgow daily^ on 
arrival of iMnjI train from. Halifax, for Antigonisti, Guy sboro', /Port 
Hastings, Port Hawkcshuvy, St. iPctQr's-and Sjdney> Tlurough ticket^ 
can I)eiiad at Halifax. ,; , ' . ' 

Conuectiqns arCjinadjCAt Port Hastings .wKth McNqiVs Mail Cofi^sh^ 
which leave daily for Port Hood and Mahou, and ^xlaily also for Why- 
cocomagh ajnd i|a4d9ck, rimning tri-weckly between ^labou, Margarce 
Forks, a^id Eastern Harbor, arid scmi-wcekly between Melboa, and 
Whj'cocomagh. 

Connections arc also marte (tally fit Grandftnce with conveytinbe {o 
Grandique Ferry and Arichnt ; at liiver Inhabitants' Bridge, daily with 
<'Onvcvmicc to West Bay ; and at Sydney with coacbqs daily to Litt^ 
Glace Bay, Cow Bay, Lingan, Ix)ui»burg, North Sydney Sjr^ncy and 
Sydney Mines. CoaoJiOH run trj-weekly botwoen Sydney Mmes, Litttu 
Bras.D'Or, Bij? Bras D'Or, Now.Cai»pbeUtQwo, JJnglisjhtown, Baddevk ; 
and seuu-weckiy between Big Bros D'Or, Bonlardcric, ^nd Bifddeck. 

The coach for "Owybboro loaves Antigonishe daily on arrival of the 
mail from Nenv Glasgow, and bonbcots with Coaches running daily 
bctweert GiLysboro' and Cape Canso. ' 



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New OlMgow to BunlDey' 

Anticonish ^....•^.. ^. 40 

Port MulgraTe........'. 88 

Von Bawkesbaiy. U 

8t. PiBtir's. .Ji'. .'...*. 8*i' 

SydiMjr 4 . ./> ; . . . .; . 60 

176 

Fort Hastinffv to Kwrcarea 
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PortHood 28^ 

Mftlion 9 

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Fort Ha^mga to Baddeek. 

1Vhycocom»igh 35 

Biiddeck .....^ 2^ 

60 
Fort Hawkeslrary to Arlehat. 

Grandance 24 

Ariohiit . . ; 6 

WissTJiJto.^Tjj^Tiis BAii^Tf^^^^;;;;; 

Connects ar Windsor Junction with tho Intercolonial Railwaj, and 
rnns through the Count fei of RaKfVtx' and Hants to tho Town of 
Windsor, connetitin;^ there whh the Windeor and Anlnapolis Railway. 
Gtnerul JSujfit.tT. J.hymkny. IIos stations at— iIm' o... 

Halifax .... D Windsor Juttction 14 EllerRhonse . . . '. 37 

Four Mile Hoose^ 4 Beaver Bank .... 17 Newport .... 40 

Bedford .... 9 Monnt Uhlaiike.. 27 Three Mile Plains 43 

Rocky Lake .... 12 Stillwater .... 34 1 Windsor .... 46 

Bootes connectins with the 'Weateri^ Conntiea BMlway. 

Ti^ trains of the Western Counties Railway makes connections at 
Newport Station daily with eoach to Newport, and a? Windsor semi - 
weekly with coach to Chester. 

WIND80B AND AKNAPOlilS BAIIiWAt:" 

Incorporated nnder Imperial and Provincial. Charters. Connects 
at Windsor with the Western Counties Railway from Halifax, and 
ruiis through the Counties of Hants, Kings and Annapolis, to the town 
of Annapolis Hoyal, thence connectipg with a line of steamers to St. 
Johfi, ^.B. during the Stimtner months, and a daily line Of ihail 
conclie^ to Digby and Yarmouth. 

The principal ofiSces of the Company are at 5 ai)d 6, Wcstmiuojcr 
Chambers, Victoria Street, Ix)ndon. Weneral Manager, V. Iiinis, 
Keiitvillc, Nova Scotia. Agent at Haiifa^, C. R. Barry, 126 Uollis 
Sitrcct.. Has stations at — ' - 



Falmouth .... 
Mount Denson.... 
Hantsport .... 
A von port .... 
Hotton Landing., 
iirand Pr^ .... 
WditVille .... 
Port Williams .... 



2>Kcntville .... 

6 Coldbrook . o . . 

7 Camltridge .... 
12 Waterville .... 
14 Berwick ; '^iv.; 
I5AyIesford' ,»♦, 
18 Morden Road.... 
20 Kingston .... 



2.5]Wilmot 
30!Middlcton 
32JLawreneetoWn 
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Round Hill 
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At Annapolis a steamdr ooninccts with the Windsor and Anna]X>li8 
Railway for Digby and St. John, N. B., and thence by rail or steamer 
to all parts of New Brunswick, the United States and Upper Proviu<fes. 

Routes conneoting with the V Indsor and AnHapolia Bailway. 

The trains of the W. and A. Railway Company make connecUons 
at Port Williams Station going West and Kentville going East daily 
with coaches to Comwallis and Canning ; at KentvAle, semi-weekly, 
with coaches to New Ross and Chester ; at Lawrenoetown and Ayles- 
ford, weekly, with coaches to Bridgewater. 



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Annapolis to Iiiverpool. , , 

KiLCDp's Coaches (carrying H. M. Mails) run daily between An- 
napolis and Liverpool. Leave Annapolis at 3 p. m., and arrive at 
Liverpool on following day in time to connect with Stages to Halifax 
and Shelburne. Leave Liverpool at 2 p. m., and arrive at Annapolis 
on the following day in time to connect with train for Halifax. 

Mnnro's, Milford . . ^ . . . . . 14 1 Morton's, 12 mile house . . 13 

McBride's, Maitland 13 I Liverpool 14 

Smith's, Brookfield 14 ) f k>» .iy/iMtt-rvRV »*« ~~~ 

. •/ .• ■ ■■ r; 68 

To Yarmouth vim Annapolis. , 

Gates' Coaches, carrying H. M. mails, leave Annapolis for Clements- 
port and Digby, daily, on arrival of train from Halifak. Retaming, 
leave Digby on arrival of mail from Yarmouth. Connections are made 
at l>ocp Brook daily with ^nYe^-ances to and from ^iUsburghand 
Bear Ktver ; and at l3igby daily with coaches to and from Sandy Cove, 
Freciwrt, anil Wcstport, Briar Island. 

CoACHKS carrying H. M. mails, leave Digby daily, on arrival of mail 
from Annapolis, for Weymouth, Yarmoutn, &c. Returning; leav.c 
Yarmouth daily at G p. ra. Connect at Yarmouth ^ith coaches to 
and from Shelbnnw, &C. ' , ' n. •* u., 



Annapolis, by Rail 1 29 

Clcraentsport. ........... 8j 

Victoria Bridge • . ^ ^ 

Smith's Cove.....' 24 

Digby : 4i 

StMr.ry'8Bay 7 

WeyuKNith Road. . . .... . . 5 



Sissibo. 6 

Bellevos Cove. '......' 5 

Comeau's, Clare 7 

Montcgan Cove 9 

Beaver River ', 15 

Yarmouth 18 



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■'Western Shore Route, Salifox to Yarmouth. 



Blair's Coaches carrying H. M. mails, leave Halifax daily at 
7 o'clock^ A. M., for Head of 8ft. Margdrcl's Bay, Chester, .liahone 
Bay, Bridgewater, &c. " Returning, leave Bridgewater daily at 6 a. m. 
Connections arc made daily at Mahoue Bay and Bridgewater, going 
and returning with eoa<>lied to and from Lunenburg, and daily at head 
of St, Margaret's Bay with a coach to French Village. 

Kilcui>'b Coaicdies, carrying- H. M. ,9i^Is, leave Bridgwater for li^lls 
Village, Liverpool, Slielburno, &c , daily at 6. a. m. Rcturoing, leave 
Sliclburne dail^ at 6 a. jml Coapectiniis arc made daily at Liver]>pol 



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with coaches to and from Milton and Port Medway ; and at Head Sable 
River daily with a coach to and from Locaeport 

DAVisoR'a Coaches, (carnrins; H. M. Mails), leave Shelbnme for 
Barring^ton, Tnsket, Yarmontb, £c., dailv at 6 a. m., arriying at Yar- 
mouth in time to connect with the sta^ for <Hgbj. Returning, leaves 
Yarmouth, daily, at 7 a. m. Connections are made tri-woekly at Clyde 
River and Barrington with conveyances to various shore settlements. 



Head St Margaret's Bay.. 31 

McLean's •» Jl 

Chester (45) 13 

Mahonc Bay (65) 80 

Bridgewater 9 

MillVaiage 18 

Liverpool (101) 9 

Port Mouton 10 



Port Jolly 5 

Sable River.. 10 

Jordan River 8 

8helbume(141) 7 

Barrington 30 

Yarmouth. 44 



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Gkbat Bbitaih. — ^Royal Mail Steamers of the AUan Lim leave 
Halifax for Queenstown every alternate Tuesday at 12 nuon ; and leave 
Liverpool via Queenstown for Halifax every alternate Tuesday. These 
steamers call at St. John's Newfoundland, both on the homeward and 
outward trips. S. Cnnard lb Co., Agents. 

The packets of the Allan Line which carry the weekly msils between 
the Upper Provinces and the United Kingdom, touch at Halifax during 
the wmter months. 

Bbsmuda AMD WsiT Ikdibs. — RoTal Mail Steamers Alpka, Beta 
and AAa (Cunard Line) leave Halifax for Bermuda and St. Thomas 
every fourth Monday; connect at St. Thomas with steamers for all 
parts of the West Indies, and for Paiuuna and South America. S. 
Cunard & Co., Agents. 

Boston. — Mail steamers run weekly between. Portland, Boston and 
Halifax during the summer months. J. F. Phalen, Agent. 

New York, Halifax ahd St. John's, Newvoundl and. — Steamers 
of the Cromwell Line make three trips per month between New York, 
Halifax and Newfoundland, carrying Her Majesty's apd the United 
States Mails. Wood L Co , Agents. 

WssTBSN Shore. — The mail steamer Edgar Sttiart^mm weekly from 
Halifax to Annapolis, around the w^tem shore, tonchfaigat Lnnalburg, 
Liverpool, Shelbume, Yarmouth and Digby, going and returning. Con- 
nects at Yarmouth with mail 8teaiP(;«itfi»r St. John and Bostcm. i". W. 
FishwJck, Proprietor. »-. .» • i 

Yarmouth, St. John, N. B.; and Bokton, U. B. — The mail 
steamer Dominiou makes weekly tripis between St, John, N. B., and 
Bcston, calling at Yarmouth and Westport, going and returning. The 
steamer Edgar Stuart connects at Yarmouth with the Dominion, N. 
K. Clements & Co., Yarmouth, Agents. 

Prince Edward Island and Cape Breton — Mail steamers ply 
during summer between Pictou and Chariottetown, and Pictou and Port 
Hawkesbury; from I'ort Hawkesbnry by stage to West Bay, and 



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thenoe by steamer to Or«iid Narrows, Baddeck, New Canpbelltown, 
North Sydney, and Sydney; 

St. Pibrrb bt MiQiTSLOir.->Th« mail steamer Cr«sr^ Skattnck 
ruBit f»rtni)(bdy between HhIiAix and St. Pierre et Miqnelon, caliioff at 
North Sydney, leaving Halifax every alternate Monday, oxcoot duringp 
!he months of January, February, March and Apnl, when slie awaits 
the arrival of the English Mails. F. 1). Corbett & Co., Agent. 

Maodai.kn Islands.— The steamer .4/6erf, carrying H. M. Mails, 
runs weekly between llctoti and the Magdalen Islatids, via G^rgeiown, 
P. E. I., leaving Pictou. every alternate Wedncsdny. On every fourth 
Wednci^ay the steamer's trip is extended beyond the Magdalen Islands 
to Gasptf Basiu or PiemS and back. ., ,,^ i 

Mail Steamers in connectmn with the Windsor and Antiapolis Rail- 
way, i^n tri-woekly in summer and semi-weekly in winter, between 
Annapolis, Digby, and St John. /!,:/ ' V, 

EA«T«ikN Shore. — The mail steamer Af. A. Starr mm weekly from 
Halifax to Charloitetowi^ calKng at Canso, Arichat. Port Hawkesbnry, 
Port Mulgrave, Port Hastings, and Bayfield, (for Antigonish). Leaves 
Halifax on Tuesdays^ and P. £. I. on Thursdays. F. W. Fishwick, 
Proprietor. 

PiCTo?7 AW Port Hood. — The steamer .^/(ert mns weekly between 
Pictou and Port Hood, leartuif P'ciou oa Mondays after arrival of last 
tmin from Halrfax, ^ . y/ , .j.^. ,^, ^ .,i // , . ,.i u.,^. .,;a . 



MARINE & FISHERIES DEPARTMENT. 



Nova Scotia Brawch— H W Jnlinston, Agmt. Henry Dolby, CMe. 
Edward Roche, Inspector of Light Houses. 

Board oe Rxamivkbs #or Gramtiko Csrtipioatrs to MASTCRa 
AND Mai R8.- -('apt P A Soott, K N, Chairman. HaHftix Bowd^ Oapt 
U A McKenJsi^ Capt David Hanter. CUrk, D Marshall Browne. 

FI8HERIB9 Brakch.— /fujpector Fishtrtm^ W H Itogers, Aaher«t. 

Overaeera of Fiahariea in Nora Sootia. 

AtmapoUs Co. W T. Carty. AnUgonuk Co, Alex W McDonald. CVipe 
Breton Co. Vork Barrington, Alex McDonald, Francis Quiuan. Cofdiester 
Co, H Blair, South Division; J W Davidson, North Uiviaion. Cuiubti'- 
(and Co, Oxford. Gaetem Division, embracing ail the streams emptying 
into tlie Straits of Northumberland; James King, Western Divinion. mclud- 
ii:g all streams flowing into Bay of Fund}'. Dighy Co,h X Maloncon, H E 
Payson. James H Morehouse. Gw/sburo'' Co, James A Tory. H>tUftiae 
Co, Wm Anderson, Mufiquoitubit Harbor, East Division, Dartmouth to l>Icum 
Secum: John Fitzgerald, Halifax Harbor to Margaret's Bay. H<mtM Co, 
Peter [. Iturnliaaa, IVestern Division to extend from West County line to 
Walton, Tim B O'iSrien, East Division, from Walton to Colchester line. 
Ineemess Co^ Murdoch A Ross, East Division; Hugh GilHs, Lake AinsliP, 
King's Co. J. K. Starr, with special reference to the coast tisheries. Lnntn- 
burg Co, Geo Redtlen, Chester, East Division, Middle, Gold, Martiii's and 
Mushaniush Rivers; Heniy S JoSt, West Division. Pictou Co, John 
McDonald, East Division, inclodirtg Sutherland's, French and Barney's 
River; Otos Hedry, David Marsliall, West Division, including Bast, Middle, 



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Duncan Cameron, hUkst Divisiuii, from Itiver liouiicHtiiW to l*^i boundary 
of County, including Mid river, Kdward Hullum, VViHtcm Dix ittiun, from 
Kivef vfiurgcrtlne trt ffent iKwiMary of dmntv. "* " '" " 

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CM f/iie Ctn>$U of Nova Bcdtia und N9W Iirttu$wick, 

QF.ORnk*8 IsLAJJiv west side of Island, ^sMfiiX Ilarhor, lat 44" 99 30" 
N.. Ion <<$• 33' Sft^' W., two rtxed white cntopiiic lights, vcrticHl. 20 ftet 
apart, 50 and 30 feet higli, drab nqtiare building, 21 fret liigh. Lifhh show 
seawprd on tha S*,*»d into Itarbvr on N. st^ia; on W. yide tlia ttn|)«r i||(Ut 
only can bu sceu. VeMols going into IlaliCtix Hnrl'or, pasntng Meagher^ 
Beach, Vrlll keep thti light on starboard bow. The light i^ fur the purpose 
of guiding vessels in and out of the Harbor, through the channel west orthv 
UJatfd. jjght<(d 1870. These lights open to wcatwaid of ^uagbar's 
Beach, dear tiie westward of Thrum Cap Shoal. 



BAST FROM HALIFAX. 

MftAOHHit BBAcif, Sherbroolc Tower, east side of entmnce to Halifax 
harboyr, lat 44= 30' N., lou 03° 3i' 5U" W., fixed white inloptric light, via- 
ibte IS miles, SSfbet high, building white, with red roof, gninttc, height 48 
feet. Lighted 1816, When Sambro light bears W. 8. W., this light should 
not be brought to the weeiward «!'■ ih>M1»,- whi«h clears the Thrum Cap 
Shoal. A fog bell here, striki-s 7 times in each minute. 

. l)^i|^(ll3ri)»l«AHi>f on 8oul| point ofri^I^KK at tbo eistem.tatlanc<^'l& 
Halifax harbor, two fixed white catoptric lights, horizoiitall\', E. | N., and 
W. I »., 175 yards apart, visible 13 miles, iho light E. 69 feet high, W. 
light 62 feet, both buildioga white, octagonal, wuod, height K. 63 fei>t. 
lighted 1877, W. 45 feet, lighted 1852, Ut 44" iiV 50" N., Ton m" 27 ' Ife" 
W. Ti^e eastera light opens to the southward, of western, cUsiira ;to 
80t),thward of tlic Thruni Cap Shoiti- rilots are stationed here. 

Eg(i LstANO, centre o^ Island, lat 44° 39' 50" N., Ion 02° 61 "82" W., 
catoptric light, alternate red and wbite, revulviog every minute, visiblie 
15 miles, 80 feet high, octagonal building, black and white vertical stripes 
on seaward side, height 46 t^et. Visible around horizon. Liguted 1865. 

Poi'K'^ HAKmnnj, on west point of ll'av'bour Island, lat 44** 47' 40" N., 
Ion 62° 38' 5P" W., fixed red light, catoptric, \-i«ible 9 miles, 45 feet high, 
tower whit«i, square, wood, with dwelling attached, heigbt 37 feet. Lighted 
1877. 

Shrrt Rock, at tho entrance to Sheet Harbor, lat 44° 40' 66 N., long 
69° 29' 40" W, revolving red light every 4'J sci^onds, visible ten utiles. 
White, square, wood, with dw^ilTug attached. 76 tuot above high water 
mark. ;! v 

Bbavbb laLAMD, S. K. part of East Beavdr, or WilUam Island, lat 
44° 48' 10" N., Ion 62° 20* 30'' W., white catoptric llglit, revolving everv 

it iygb, white builifiiig with two Wack 
Ligiitcd 1846. On dwelling. 

N., Ion 61° .57' 50". W\, red and 



2 minutes, visible 12 miles, 70 feet 
balls to seaward, S. S. \V., 3$ feet hifrh. 

Lhcomu, on island, lat 44° 69* 20" 
white catoptric light, alternating every two muiutes, visible 15 miles, t>4 
feet high, white square wooden buildhig, iMigMtSB ftet. Ligbtedd872. 



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WKncu. Island, mnufh of St. Mary's Ulver, lat 46® 0' 85", Jong Ol" 62' 
36", in cuiirm of erection. 

UoLLY I'niNT. west dido of entrance tn InaiicV fl^rbour, Ut 46° 10' 16" 
N., Ion 01° 30' W., two fixed witito catoplfic liKldi. verticnll}', 20 fact 
apart, viHilde uiil«8, 80 icvt Mk^i, aquaro white buiidinK« i^ feet high. 
UgUtQd 1874. 

CoDNTKY llARnoun, on Green InUnd, Onynbnro' Counfr, Ut 46°6'1A" 
N.. Ion OP 32' 30" \V., Ilxod while ctitoptric li^hl, vi.<*ilile 14 tn 10 niilefi, 
61 feet lii£;h, white square wooden building, height 2S feet. Tiigl^tcd 1873. 
CoARt ligiit, and to guide vcjtscis frequenting Country and Fitihcrnian> 
Ilarbora. 

I ToRRAY, on eastern point of Kerry Head, W. Hide of ontranrn to Ray, 
(}uy8boro' County, ht 45" 11' 37" N., Ion Of" 18' 36" W., Hxed catoptric 
light, red to neuward, white to northwHrd into Bay, and towards Molasiieii 
Iiarbor, visible 10 milcH, Rquare woodon building, whitB with vertical red 
stripes, top of lantern painted black. Lighted 1876. Height of lantern 51 
ft?et, tower 30 Mt. 

TiiURK Tor Irlanu, on the south cast point of Three Top I>Und« 
Whitehaven, Giiy»borough County, Nova Scotia, lat. 45° 12' 40'' N., long 
01° 0' 40" W. 'flic light is fixed Vhito ciitoptric, elevated 48 feet above high 
water mark, and in clear wuatlier nhould be seen 11 miles. Tlie building 
JH a wooden one punted white, and conHists of a square tower 33 feot high 
from base of building to vane on lantern, with keeper's dwelling attached. 
This light is for the purpoxe of guiding vesaelii into Whitehaven, and in 
order to point out the dangers on the northern side of the Western Passage 
is obscured when bearing to the eastward ot N. K. b,v K. It is visible from 
all other points of approach, except when intercepted by the high land of 
Whitehead Island. 

WiiiTKHKAD Island, S. W. extremity of island, Guvsboro' County, lat 
46° 12' N., Ion 01° 8' 15" W., white cutopinc light, revolving every 90 
seconds, viHiblc 11 miles, 55 feet high, pyrauiidtti wooden building, 35 feet 
high, octagonal lantern. Lighted 1854. Light not totally obscured during 
the eclipses ; 10 seconds duration ot flash, and 10 seconds ectip ^e. 

Canso Cai'K, north part of Cranberry Island, lat 45° 10' 50" N., Ion 
00° 55' 30" W., two fixed white catoptric lights in one tower, vertically, 
30 feet apart, upper visible 15, lower 9 miles. 75 and 40 feet re»pectivelv, 
high, octagonal wooden building, horizontally striped red and white, height 
00 feet. Lighted 1S15. A steam fog whistle, about 1(H) yard^t south of the 
light-house, in thick weather sounds a blast of 8 sccuuds in each minute. 
Bell Buuy at the Griniusliock, off Cape Canso. 

Canso IIakboh, on Hart or Cutler Island, lat 4o° 21' N., Ion 00^ 68' -30" 
W., fixed red catoptric light, visible 12 miles, 42 feet high, white square 
wooden building, height 28 feet. Lighted 1872. 

GuYsnoRo' Hakiior, W. side of entrance, near Peart Point, Chcdabiicto 
Bay, lat 45" 22' 50" N., Ion 01° 20' 10" W.. fixed white catoptric light, 
visible 8 miles, 30 feet high, white square wooden building, height 20 feet. 
Lighted 1804. 

Sand Point, or Eddy Point, south entrnnce, lat 43° 31' 30" N., Ion 
01° 14' 40" W., two tixe'd white catoptric lights, horizontal, 24 feet apart, 
visible 8 miles, each 26 feet high, white square wooden buildiHg, with a 
black diamond. Lighted 1851. Lights in windows at each end of building. 

Point Tuppkr, Ship Harbor or Port Hawliesbiirv, lat 45° 30' 40" N., 
Ion 01° 22' VV., fixed red catoptric light, visible 7 miles, 4 t feet high, White 
square building, height 24 feet. Lighted 1870. In consequence of the in- 



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(•rraniinn of the Und dii th« south side, can only be seen three miles in 
thai direciiun. 

CKRihinvN'A ItKAh, on the north e?(trem!ty, Int 4ft° 3C' 40" N.. Inn 
61" 0' W., whilo catoptric IlKht, revnlvintf evvry 40 itooonds, vinihlo 10 
nittes, fiO foet hi|{h, nqiiare wliit<* wooden huildinf^, height 20 feet. Light(ul 
li74. For ^uidicig vviahAh into Utile or W«at Arichat. Three buoy« 
plaood to mark the dangem uf the harbof.n'nt) <> UMnsi/. i , n, 

Jkrhrymam Inland, Arichat Harbor, lat 45" 30' SO" X., Ion (11° 3' W., 
fixed red catoptric Hifht, viniblo 11 milew, 3U feet bich, white nquare W(HMlcn 
biiil tinp;, heiKlit 38 (eot. Ij^hted 1879. This iif^ht in for the purpose of 
ffuidinf; vessels throu^th Crid rafftage, Id and out of Aricliat Marbouf. 
There is also a Range Deacon nn the S. K. Point of .leraevman's Inland, 
that marks llautfond Shoal, off the entninco to Arichat llHrbor. When the 
b<>acon and npire of the Roumn Catholic Chapel in Arichut are in range, it 
loads over the went part of the shoal in 10 feet of water. Vessels bmnd 
into Arichat, C. B., should pass to the west of tlie shoal, rr bring the 
beacon in raniro of the cupola on tlio Convent, which stands 13U yards east 
of the It. C. Cnurch, whicli will lead in clear of the ohoai. Unlv those 
well acquainted should pass to the eastward of the nhoai, or bring the 
beacon to bear to the N. of N. K. An Iron Can Huoy painted red ha« been 
placed about one cable's length S. W. of the shoul in six fathoms of water 
The buoy will be placed on or about the 1st May ia each year, aod taken 
up about the 10th December. ; ;" 

AniciiAT, Marache Point, aouth entrance to Madame Island, lat 45*^ 29' 
N.. Ion 61° r 60" W., flxed white catoptric light, visible 8 miles, 24 («et 
high, square white wood«*n building, height 95 feet. Lighted 1851. 

Petitpkorat, on Bir Arr^w Rock, eouth'east o( Madame Island, lat 
44° 29' 25" N., Ion 60° o7' 50' W., fixed red catoptric light, visible Hi 
miles, 38 feet high, white square tower with dwelling attached, height 31 
fiset. Lighted 1877. 

GiiKKS Island, summit of Island, lat 48° 28' 50" N., Ion 00° 53' 40" W., 
red and nrhite catoptric light, revolving alternutely every 45 seconds, 
visible 14 miles, 70 teet h\i^i, white square wootlen building^ height 81 
feet. Lighted 1865. Light, centre of -keeper's dwelling. Visible around 
huriaon. 

Capr La Rondk, west side of entrance to St. Peter's Bay, lat 45° '14' 45" 
N., Ion 00° 53" W., fixed white cHtoptric li^ht, visible 14 miles, 9i feet 
high, white square wooden building, with dwellintf attached, height 2$ feet. 
Lighted 1874. For guiding vessels into St. Peter's Bay. 

OuKTWdK I8I.AKD, ou south point, Ut 45° 36' 40" N.. Ion 60° 57' 15" 
W., fixfd red catoptric light, vinible 9 miles, 78 feet high, white square 
wooden building, with dwelii ig attached, iieight 28 i'^et. Lighted 1874. 
For guiding vessels through Lennox Pa^^suge. 



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Saint Esprit Island, light in course of erection. 

GuioN Isi<AND. about 230 yards from west end of Mand, lat 45° 46' 10" 

N., Ion 60° 6' 20" W., red revolving liglit, catoptric, attains its greatest 
brilliancy every 30 seconds, visible 12 mile:*, 74 f«et high, tower white, 
squhre, with dwelling att4clied^ height 54 teet. Lighted 1877. 

Lol'isruro, north side of entrance to harbor, 120 vards inshore of point, 
lat 45° 54' 30" N., Ion 59° 57' 15" W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 
16 miles, 85 feet hi^h, building white, with a black vertical stripe on 
dwelling, height 35 feet. Lighted 1842. 

Mainadiku, on south side of west {>oir.t of Scatterie Island, lat 46° 0' 30" 



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N.. Ion 60'^ 47' ao" W., flxed r«d rafoptric liirbt,90 feet high, white square 
wooden buildinK, height 4U fe«t Lighted 1871. 

BrAiTRHiB, north-^ast point on Trnp Rook, lat 4<l° 8' 15" N.. Ion 60" 40' 
16" W., white catoptric revolving light, vi^ible a minute, arlipsed half a 
minute, visible 16 niiloR, DO leet high, white ootagonsl bnilding, height 
70 feet. I.ifchted 1830. Tlie liglit should never be brought to bear to 
eastward of N N K, or to souiliward of S 8 W, nor approached nearer 
than 1} mile. Visible half minutr, etllpscd one minute. A boat is hero to 
render assutanro. 

VtAwr IsLAiin, on island, lat M" 11' N., Ion 60° 40' 60" W., while 
catoptric light, rfvolvin^ ovrry 16 nrconds, viiiihle 12 milen, 66 feet high, 
white octagonal building, height 43 leet. Lighted |186U. Visible around 
horisQn. 

I.iMOAii IIkai>, north side of entrance to Bridgeport Jiarhor, lat 40° 14' 
10 N., Ion 62" 'i' 40" W , lixcd rfd catoptric liulil, visible 10 miles. 60 feet 
high, while onuare woodfii bnildinf^. height 20 feet. Lighted lb74. For 
guiding veosels into llridgeport liurbor. 

Low Point Flat Point, fast side of Spanish Bav, let 40° lA' SO" N., 
Ion OO'^ 7' 30" \V., flxrd wliilr ratnpiric liulit, visible 14 milex, 70 feet high, 
building oclagonul, rtd and while vertical stripes, height 61 feet. Lighte<l 
1832. 

AviK'iK.r Bar, on west end of South Bar, Ist 46° 12' 40" N., Ion 00° 19' 
40" W., liXFd red ratopiric light, visible 10 miles, 30 feet high, white 
equate wooden building, height 20 feet. lighted 1872. 

Point A CUM, on hi(2h cnpe, north side of entrance to Little Bras d'Or, 
lat 46° 20' 30" N., loh 00° 17' 10" W., fixed red catoptric liuhl, visible U 
miles, 01 foet high, squarw white wooden building, lieight 2i> feet. Lighted 
1874. For guiding vessels into Liltln Bras d'Or. 

Black Rock Point, south sid" of entrance to Big Bras d'Or, lat 46° 18' 
30" N., Ion 6U° 23' 30" W., fixed white CHtoptric light, 46 feet high, white 
square building, height 23 leet. Lighted 1868. 

Capr Gkorok, sontli side of Bras d'Or Lake, west side of entrance to St 
Peter's Inlet, lat 45° 44' 28" N., Ion 60° 48' 20" W., fixed white catoptric 
light, Tisibie 12 miles, 50 feet high, white square wooden building, height 
30 ffet. Lighted 1876. To guide vessels through St Peter's Inlet. 

GnAJtn Nahrowh, on Uniackc Point, N. side of channel, Barra Straits, 
lat 45° 68' N., Ivn 60° 48' W., fixed white catoptric light, visible 10 miles, 
29 feet high, white square wooden building, height 20 feet. Lighted 1874 
For guiding vesselx through Barra Straits, and navigating the Little and 
Great Bras d'Or Ukes. 

KtD8To:« IsLAnn, on N K. Point, at entrance to Baddeck harbor, N. side 
of Bras d'Or Uke, lat 46° 6' 68" N., Ion 00° 44' 20" \V. , fixed nwl catop- 
tric light, visible 7 nules,31 feet high, square wooddu building, white, lighted 
1875. 

McKenztf/8 Point, N. side of Bras d'Or I^ke, about 9 miles S W. of 
Port Bevis, lat 46° 7' 15" N., Ion 80° JW W, fixed white catoptric light, 
visible 11 mileH, 95 feet high, square white wooden tower. Lighted 1874. 
For guiding vessels through Bras d'Or Lake. 

BiRU Island, Ciboux Island, 1-3 mile from N. end, lat 40° 23' 10" N., 
Ion 60° 22' 30" W, red catoptric light, revolving every minute, visible 14 
miles, 77 feet high, white octagonal-building, height 33 feet. Lighted 1863. 

St. Ann's Harbor, on north point of Beach, bit 46° 17' 30" N, Ion 60° 



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dinplHc. Mh nnli>r. vittitili* tf(t mlloi, 9:I7 (oi*l IiIkIi, wliilo Ki|iirtni IiiiIIiIiiik, 
li«i||itl 4lU'i<«>t. l.iKlKod IM7I. 

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8t. IVmii.'r 1m,\nis on nnk olV N K |)oliit of IhIiiiiiI, ImI 47'^ LI' ft<>" N. 
tni) 00" A' <0 " NV. (IximI wliilo li^rlil, iliopliif, tliiitt otilcr, vUiWIi* 20 iiiil«>P, 
140 iVfl lii^rli, nltit«> mtd^oiiiil Itiiihliiiu, iH'i^lit 40 I'l'ut. LiKlitcil IB^iO. 
Ohnoiirotl Itclwvpn N hy K ) K him! 1'. N I''. 

Rr. pAiti/H Ihi.ANiK S W |H)int on«l«ii,Uiii 47" W 20' N.lnnflO'n 40" 
W. while ilioplrio li){lit. lliinl ixdt'r, rcvolvinp; mvitv tiihiiilt', vinlhlH 20 
miion, 140t«><M liifi:h, wlilto o«'lA^-olll(l liiiililiitu:. 4<) I'l'Ol liii(h. I.i^litnil tR.'ll. 
ObfH'uri'il \vhi»n honriii^ tV««iu S H K lo W | N. A fof? wIiIhIIp on iIip hoiiiIi 
Kid« ot'llu' ii«lrttitl. S W oC Alliiitir rovf> nluMit hiiirmiiili' iVoiii thi> lliitniin* 
K.KtnhliNhuioiit, noiiiul!* oiioo for \\\i* i>iH'onilH lit eRch inliiiitH (liM-lnf( thiek 
vre«ther miil ntorinH. 

MAmiAMKK, ituinmil or miihllo of Hon Wolf l(.»nml, Int 40" 81' .W N. Ion 
dl'^ 15' 'Mr W, Hx(m| whitp iHlopl(i«< lighl, vinihin 21 y\\'\\«n, 29H foot hiuh, 
m^iiNnMvtiilo hiiihlin^. I.ighl«><l IH54. To vo^dpln in liniiKfrouR proxiiiitly 
lo the inlnn<l th(* light niMV bccumu ohacuroil hy tli^ Ahriipl flilln nii thuHidoB 
of the inlnml. ' , < ,, . i^ , ,,. /. 

1V>RT \hHW, S K ni«1« of ontrnnofl lo harhor. hit 40" N. loi 01" .11' 40" 
>V, flxo<l nitoptrio liKht, hmI N, while 8, visiblo 10 tnilen, 03 tWthlKh. 
LlKHted 1S>4. 8<iiiftn> wliito hulldiiiK. 

Ikom Cah UitovH \\nvi> hp«»n pInoM at tho tollnwin^ Shonl«: fort Howl 
ll«ri>or. C R . rnrtMnoiith roint. Spithpiid, Kniith ^<pit. Dtmn Shoiil. aIko 
one lit Jiuliqiio 8h«al. iliiiti()ue Shoal Hn<l l>cAn 8honl Huoyn are paiiitiMl 
r*<l. th« otlipr thivoare iMilnlodhliick. 'riioxe lliioyn will b« plnefd on or 
alH>ut the Int of May in ouch ycnr, rikI t^kon up about tho 10th Nuvcmbor. 

NoHTii (\\N8r>, north entrance, west nido, 120 vanln innhon>, lat 46° 41' 
40" N, Ion aX' 20' 10" W. tlxwi whit« catoptric light, vhlblo 18 inlJM, 110 
(<(H>t hi^li. white mitinre w«H)<l(m building height 95 f>-«t. Lightod 1813. 
There 18 g«>«>d ancnumgtt under thu light wh«n (h« wind is off shurw. Lan- 
tern uu dwolling 

Harror AIT BorcHK, in courns of erection. ••"♦'S^ 

PoMQiTRT Isf.ANn, north-«»a^t end of Inland in 8t 0«or(fc'a Bar, lat 45^ 
39' 40 " X, Ion m' 44' .1'>" W, fixed red catoptric light, vinihle 9 mll#««, 50 
fisel hi^h, »quan> white building, height 2<1 feji. Lighted 1808. Obscured 
on easterly bearings. 

CwK St Gk«kok. north side of Ch|>6, lat 46° 62' 30" N. lon6l°54' 40" 
W, white cutoplric light, revolving everv halt minute, visible 26 miles, 350 
fe«t high, white square building, height 30 leot. Lighted 1861. 

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f'liiilnin IfotiM It llxril «liiii« li|(lit, lit rniiifi* Willi IIkIiU Hi tli« (•iitriiico tv 
limdur, IpriIn iliruuKh Hip i IinihicI u}i to ilti* bar. 

<lAitiii«Mt hi.ANii, norlli-CHM finrl of Miinil, liil 46'^ 4(1' N. )im P^ 4V 
90" VV, wIiKm vNtoprir IIkIiI, rvvolviiitf «vi<rr mlntltp, vlnll'M 10 tnllo^, i16 
fflnl bi||b, wliittt »i|iiRrfl bulbilntf. Ii«l^hl 90 ('«(«». LIk"**'! I'MH. 

Amkt iHi.AMt.nriilrit of ImIhihI, Nortliiiiiibttrlnnit Mlmltn, Ut 46*^1(0' 16" 
N, Ion 01" IIV Id" W, IlKPd wbitiMMlopirir liffhl, viiilblft 10 inllfii, 44 hp\ 
MhU, wliil« nqiiiir* wwiiUn buiblln^, b«lf<ht W fn^l. l,iMbt«(t HOB. Vlnibife 
NroiiKil lioiinitti. 

Mvi.i.iN Point, norlli aMp of enfmnrii to Waller* Marbor, f?iimlNirl«nil 
Cniinly, lal 46^40' 4ft" N. Ion Or"^ft' 1ft" W, llHad whilP (atnptrii- l^bf, 
viaihiw II iniUa, •III fM«l IiIkIi, wbit« »(|iiNrfl wikmIpii biiililbifr, liaif^bl 90 tttft. 
Ki||bl«il I87il. For HublinK vimaola in and oui of harbor, <'aak buora ara 
plaoail lo mark Ibo danuera on PtitrrinK tb« litirbor, black (o b« Ifttt on port 
And rad on aliurboard wben anlering. 

Ti iiWAMi, in harbor, lat 46" fia' 3'i" N, bin 03" 40' 90" W, i'mpd catop 
Irfti liKbl, r«d Nvnward, wbiia lowHrdn harbor, vinlbl* 8 milaa, 4A faet high 
white nqimra Itiiildin^, hiH^lit 44 (prit. litalilnd 1871. UUrk buoya lo b« 
lalt on fiort hand, and red on otarboard when interlng the harbor 



WBB1' FROM MAl«irAX. 

riiRiiurT«i Hkai), went side of pnlrance lo lUlifajc Harbor, lat 44^^ AO' 
90" N., Ion 0<r 30' 60" W., white liKhl, rpvolvioK nvnrv minutr, vixlbla 18 
mllfla, 139 fi>pt hi^h, whl(«> xquitie wooden biiilding. Iiniftht 29 ffrt. MghtPd 
1879. An Antoniatir HiKnal Hiloy, plappd -in lat 44° .11' 49" N.. Ion W 
W 98" W.. in SI ralhomn of water, N. K. ) K., 1 7-8 mile froni Chohiuto 
Heac , aounna a tan Inch whMlo. From the Huor Chfburto Hrad beara N. 
W. W., magnatk, 1 7 8 mlla. RandMricli l*i>int N. by W., 4 mllra. 
Van ng to tbn weslwr, -d of the Buoy at the dislnnoo of half a cable and 
(deer iicr n K. i W. cmirae niaKnctic, Will lead up the Harbor to the oaatward 
of the Ndvcrlail Shonl, nnd at a dMtnnce of two cal leu to Ibe westward of 
McaKlier'n Knach li^rht limine. A ciniilnr biiov in lat 44^" 38' 95" N, \onu 
W vr 10" W., in 90 fiithoma, fVom ihia bnov Ctambro fxliind llubt W 1-3, 
N 8 1-3 milpR. l)evil> Inland light N 7-8, W 7 J-3 n1iU^ and the inner 
signal buoy N W 1-9 N 6mil«e. ,&r,(jw 

Sammko, middle of lalhnd, lat 44° 98' 10" N., Ion 03« 33' 30" W., fliind 
White ratnptrir light, vinildn 90 nr 91 niilna, 116 lect high, building wMie, 
octagonal, 00 frut high. I.igbtid 1788. A alrnm fog whiatlp, crwtrd oh 
Nouthride ot'Island, andolrvntcd 00 feetnlmve high wnter, in thl<"k weather, 
fogs and snow niorne, nounds rach minute u blnnt o''ten Aeconda'dutafion. 
Ouna formerly in iifC, dincontiniicd. A 8t»ar Buoy baa be<jti placed offfhc 
8. W. Breaker, Sumbro, and one on the Pollock, and another on the 
Whippey Shoal, near Sambrp. 

BKTTY'a lHr.AND, on Brig Point, near Proapect, lat 44° 20' 29" N"., Ion 
63" 46' 64" W., revolving red catonlric light, greatent brilliancy every two 
minutea, 76 feet high, vi^tible 14 milex, building white, with two horizontal 



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redkandSf ,(K]uaret wood, beij^kt 54 feet, dwelling attached. Li;(ht»d 1875. 
Coast light I 

Pkoqv Point, east side of w^r^nce to S(. Margaret's Bt^y, lat 44° 29' 
30" N., Ion Qd° 55' AV., fixed red catoptric llglit, 05 .eet high building 
,wbite, squaro. 2C feet high. Lighted 18G8. I^i.tern on dwelling. 

HAlft'oARKT's JJay, on Green Island, Lunenburg County, lat 44°23' N., 
IdH 64" 2' 45" W., ted and White ciitoptric li^ht, revtilVing aUenwtely 
^verj'half ihiniite, building white, square, lvQ(>d, 28 feet high, with dwelling 
attachlbd/ Coast light* 

Chkster, E. Ironbound Island, a Tittle to the eastward of centre of island, 
in Mahone Bay, lat 44° 26' 10" N., Ion 64° 4' 50" W., fixed ^hltii dh>ph-ic 
Mgbt, visible 16 miles, 150 feet high, white obtong tower oa dwelliiig, 46 
feet lii^h, wood, lantern. Uvhted 1871. Seen from all points ol approach. 
The lantevu alone is visible, building hidden by treesi 

HoBSON's NosK, Mahone Bay, lat 44° 25' N, Ion 64° 13' 46" W., red 
fixed cat4»p(ric light, visible 11 miles, 68 feet high, building white, squiare, 
wood, 29 ieet high. Lighted 1872. 

CROfts Island, feftst point Lunenburg Bay, lat 44° 18* 4ri" N, Ion 64° 
10' W., 2 white catoptric lights. Vertical, 45 teet apart, upper intennittuut, 
revolving every minute, and visible 14 miles, lOU feet liii;b, lnw«r fixed, 
viaible 6 miles, ahd 65 feet high, building red, octauonal base, height 53 fMt. 
Lighted 1832. Pilots res>rt here, and vessels may take re(uge in eas^i of 
necessity. Upper bright 45 seconds, dark 16 seconds. A fag trumpet has 
been erected here. ,_ 

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B\TTKRY Point, Lunenburg, lat 44° 21' 45" N., Ion 64° 17' 30" W,, 
fi<^ed white catoptric light, visible 11 miles, 50 feet hifjh^ white, square 
tower on dwelling, height ^ feet. ]^.'^ht?d 1864. ^Thiu harbor is oosy of 
access, buoys are placed in the bay and entrance to the harbor on Sculpin 
Rock, Hai!(lock Shoal, Ratter}' Point Shoal, and Head Shoal. In approach- 
ing the huriior from sfearward, the buoy on Scuiphi Rock, painted red and 
black, in hoii^ontal strinca, may be left on ^either hund, giving it a berth 
of two cables length. The other buoys are painted black ai^d must be left 
on the port haid going in. Iron can buoy's in summer, spar bilioys in winter. 

Wkst lBf>NiiouND Island^ near Cape Lallave, mouth ol Lallave River, 
lat 44° 13' 45" N., Ion. G4° 16' 20" W.,- white catoptric light, revolving 
every 3\X seconds, visible 13 miles, 72 feet h%b, building whi(:3, squai^ 
height 29 feet. Near edge of cliff, 40 feet high. Lighted 1855. 

LAHAVE,bq vort Point, lat 44° if 20" N., Ion 64'* il' W., fixed red 
catoptric light, visible 8 miles, 48 feet high, building while, square, woo(l, 
helght.35 fe-*. Ughteft 1876. 

Mosiieh'b aSLANd, on islandt west side of entrance to LaHave River, lat 
44° 14' 15" N., Ion 64° 18' 50" AV., fij^ed redcatoptric light, visible 8 mil«i8, 
55 feet hUrh, building white, square, height 26 fttut. Lighted 1868. lu ^ir 

Mki>wa : Head, Port Metlwav, west side of entrance, lat 44° 6' 10" N., 
Ion 64° 32' 15" W., fixed whjtc catoptric light, visible 10 miles, 44 feotliigU, 
building white, square, with bl^ck square seaward, height 23 feet. Lik«« 
d«rf!|l,(ing house. Lighted 1851. Spar Buoys are placed in the channel to 
Port Medway harbor, on the breiikiiig ledges, NHUtilu;sl{ock, corner ground 
and edge of fiats otf Bani;'8 Point. In passing in from seaward the red 
buoys must ba left on the starboard, and the black baoys on the {jorthaud^ 

Coi'KiN l8i,ANi>, south point, Liverpool BaVi lat 44° 2' N., Ion 84° 37' 
90" W., white catoptric light, revolving every two minutes, light dOseconds, 
dark Do seconds, visible 16 miles, 65 feet high, building vetatconal. 
horizontal stripes, red and white, eight in number, height 50 feet. Ljglu«d 
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,Bn«>OKLYN PiEB. on, end of Rreakvater, Liverpool, lat 44° 2' 45" ST., 
ton G4° 4r 15" W., fixed light, white eeawajcd, fi:hiCD> toward^ .l||U'|l;K>rv 
visible io miles. A lantern exhibited froipn eiiid of pier. '; 

Four Point, Liverpool Bav, aoulh entrance, lat 44^ af SO"'!?'., Ion 64«» 
42' 20" ^\, lixed red catoptric light, visible 7 miles, 3U(eet.l^igh^ bwUlMig 
white, squai-e, keight 17 feet. Lett oo pert aide, >vlien e&U^iug the, Ifarbor* 
Lighted 1855. " . ,. 

Pout Moutow. north-*ast point of Spectada IbliAid, Que^h'aOouMtv,' lat 
43° 55' N., Ion 64° 48' W., fixed red catoptrie light, visible 11 milbs, 47 feet 
high, square wooden building, height 20 feet. For guiding vessels iMo 
harbor. . Lighted 187^. „ ,., ^^o- .:,<^nJI 

Littlk Hoi'E. nearlv on c«fnti»« of Island, lat 4-3° A' W If;, Ion 84° 47^' 
15" VV-. red catoptric lig^it, revolving every ipinulc, visible 12 miles, 40 
feet high, snuivre whita,^bui)ding, height\26 fi^e^. Ligh^d, ;^865» Oointre 
of keeper's dwelling. Visible around honzon. , 

Shinoi.k Point, east side of Port Herbert Harbor, lat 4i*° 48' 40" N., 
Ion 04° 55' 3Q" VV., iixetl red catoptric li^hl, visible lOmiJea, ^ ^et^igh, 

Lighted 1^72. , // ' 91 

ww^« o *o„,..,.„ ,«.H^... .„.„..„ a.-..™., lat 43° 42' 15" K., lon«^*5* 
30" W., fixed red light, visitic 11 mileit, 00 feet high; White uqiiare wooden 
building, height 29 feet. Lighted 1872. t :,r.-'i fvx/.^rM 

Ragged Island, Gull R.>ck, lat 43° 39' 15" N., Ion 65° 5' 8fl" W., fixed 
white catoptric lii^ht, vi-iible 10 miles, S6 feet Uigh, white sqtiare bailding, 
height 31 feet. Lighted 1853. ';' 

Saiid Point, «t east^fiide of entrance to Shelburna Harbor^ lat 43° 41' 
16" W., Ion 65° x9' W.I fixfd red catoptric light, vi-ible 11 mile8,,67 feet 
high, white square wooden building, height 80 tieet. To be rebuilfeoiiUie 

opposite side of the harbor. '.>i. i<5^«w Jt>*s«f«| h*'»(' »ad r 'W*i Uu*! 

Shklhvrnu Harbour.— a red Iron Can Buo}' ban been placed/ itli 44 
fathoms, on west side Of Middle Kuck Shoal { a red Can Buoy off extretne 
of Spit, in four fathoms, and a bbck Spar linoy on east end of Aictamafit 
Shoal." '•* iv «.A , i>iiti !.!.'-• , •<;..< *-. 1 j-'i jiii; * . t iv., ti:i.i-, ,;...i * .■*..« J.t. 

Bull RdcK^ a l^r Biiov painted black has oeen placed in lO tatlioms 
watpi S. S- W, i v., about 150 yards frpii^ the Bj4,|1(}^ off \y,^tern 
Bead, Shelburne Coupty . ;, :,j „,(; ^ „ ',,,, ^,1 .hjqoJK-' Ivit J 

Cape Rosbway, near 80uth-«ast point of MacT^utra Inland, Shef^urae 
harbor, lat 43° 37' l5" N.. Ion 65° 15' 45" W., 2 white catoptric Mghts, 
veitical, 21 yards npart,, tipper light visible 18 miles, And 120 feet high, 
lower 65 feet and visilile 10 miles, octognnal buildi..g, vertical black and 
white stripes, height T7 feet. Lighted 1788, repaired 1858. Aiblack Can 
Buoy S. S. K. from the Jig Recks, in 9 fathoms water. ^ v»tt»/ o; ,^«a 

Niiouo Island, on north side, lat 43° 30' 54" N.,1on 65° 20' 5?** W., 
red «Md white catoptric light, revolving every minute, visible 12 miles, 4^ 
feet hi{^»,wh?fe square wooden birildin":, height 29 feet. Ligfited 187?. For 
guiding vessels in and ou- of Clyde River or Negro Harbor. ' 



BaCoaimj, on west side of enfranco to Ban'ington Harbor, lat 43° 26' 64" 
N.,lon«5='28' 12" W.. tljied rtd catoptric liglit, visible 10 miles, 49 feet 
high, white 'S(iuare building, with black ball seuward, height 35 feet. 
Lighted 1850. A Spar Buoy to the south of Bantam. 

BAuiastJTON E. Bay LioiiTaini', lat 43° 31' 6" N.,lon 65^ 34' 25" W., 
fixed whi(,9 light, tiull and spars ^inted red, with word "Borrington " in 
white letters on botli side's. Height 30 feet above deck. Moot-ed ih 6 



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f^Uioniii At low water. Wwws' Ledge bearing S. W. by AV. ^ W., distant 
8-8 mile, Paccaro Liftht bearing S. U.K. { K., distai t nhd 316 mileit, and 
BailHttn Boclfc<>, bearing 8. E. b^ E. 7-8 E., 



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vesseln into Barrinvton Eant Da}', and throagh Uairington 
Lighted JjB70. A red Cap Buoy ou Ang'e Rock. 

iiATK hJtin.r., m Cape, lat 4.3° 28' 19" N., Ion. 66*87' 11" VV., white 
citoptric reirolTing lignt, bright 1.1 seconds, dark 25 ercntids, visible 19 
mil«f«, 53 feet higli, white octagonal building, 50 feet high. Lighted 1861. 
A steam fog- whiittle oaCapVi elevated jibuiit 40 foet above high water, 
rounds in thick weather, fogs and sno « storms, a blast of ten seconds' 
duration each minute, with an interval of 50 seconds between each blakt. , 

Bkaxil Rock, red and black buoy, hnrisontal stripes, moored in 
Ifiliratboms wfrter, 8. 9. E., half a mile from Kooks. 

ST6ot>ArtT IW.AJJD, on N. W; point of ij>latjd, Ut 43° 28' 30" N., Ion 66° 
48' 10" W., fixed red catopiri^ light, visible 9 miles, 22 feet high, white 
small square tower. To gnide vessels into the anchonige of btoddart 
Harbor' and 9h«g: Harboi: 3ound. 

Bow PbRTAOK INLAND, on south polttt, lat 43® 27' 16" N.. Ion 66° 44' 
10" W., red catoiilric light, revolvinc e\'ery minute, visible 12 milis. 46 
feetlpj^h, wi»i(e fquftiv woodftM buildings height 28 feet. I.ighte4^,J874. 
jFor guiding vesseltf'into Barricgton West Bay apd Shag Harbor. / 

PuBNico Harhor, Beach Point, east side of entrance, 120 vards from 
low water mark, lat 43° 86' 46" N.. Ion 66° 46' 64" W., fixed white 
catoptric light, visible 8 miles, 38 feet nigh, square white building, height 
80 ieet. Lighted 1864. Open westward of St. John's Island, bearing N. 
E. by N., clears the ledge; in making harbor from any other direction, the 
light must be brought to the northward of £. N. E<, before it can be steered 
tor to avoid shoal spot otf St. Ann's Point. Spar buoys mark the channel. 
Black left on port band, red on starboard in approaching the harbor. A 
bell buo}' has been placed near John's Ledge. 

Pbasb'r IslanI), on the s6uth point of Peace's Island, one of the Ttiaket 
Island*, Tarmoi^lh County, Nova Scotia, lat. 43° 37' 36" N. lonp G6<^ 1' 40" 
W. The main or sea Hght will be revolving catoptric, showing alternate! v 
red and white, each color vi.nible i^^r 16 seconds, with intervals of 46 seconds 
between the flashes. It is eievatid 66 feet above high water mark, and in 
clear weather .should be seen 12 miles from all points of approach from the 
southward, and aiao through the Schooner and Ellenwood Passages. A 
fixed red catoptric light will also be shown from a window in th^ tower, 16 
feet kelow the main Tight. It is intended to mark th^ channel between the 
two dangers known as the Old Man and Old Woman Rocks, ,nnd is, there- 
foie, visible between the bearings W by N i N, and N W i>y N, and in no 
otlier directiona. It should te visible 4 miles. I'he tower ie a> wooden 
building, painted white, and consists of a square tower, 42 teet high frona 
base to vauc on lantern, witli a keeper's dwelling attached. 

AnoYMt, on south point of Whifchead Island, Yarmouth County. Tat. 43° 
39' 80" N., Ion 6i}° 62' 4" W., fixed led catoptric li.rht. visible 12 miloa. 
116 feet high, building white, square, wood, with dwelling attached, height 
28 feet. Lighted 1874. For guiding vessels into Argyle Uaibor. 

TtTBKKT Rn-KR, Big Fish Island, south-west point, lat 43° 42' 10" N., 
Ion 66° JiT 16" W., 2 fixed white catoptric liglits, horiKontnl, 8 yards 
apart, visihle 12 miles, 60 feet high, wliitc square wooden building, height 
23 feet. Visible seaward; in windows each end of a dwelling house. 
yghte4 1864. 

Sbal ItfLAN*!)^ sooth point, 1-8 mile inland, lat 43° 23' H" N., Ion 66° 
6' 62" W., fixed white light, dioptric, 2nd order, visible 18 miles, 98 feet 



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hif^h. white octaponal building, height 60 feet. Lighted 1830. The Blonde 
Roci( lieH S. by W. 3 1-3 mile from light houRe. Hclween this Rock and 
the Island there are twme dangers, the ground is rocky througiiout, and 
larg44 vfRHe^a ought not lo Itempt paoning between them. A log whistle 
near liglit lioune, during fogs and anow storms, Aoundd in cnph minute a blast 
of 5 seconds' duniiion, and after an inter\'al of 5 seconds gives another 
blast of five aecnds, with an interval of 45 seconds. 

A Snar Huo}' painted black, has been pliiced in 12^ fathoms water, south 
about Italfa mile from (he Blonde Kuck, ofTbeal Island. 

YAnMouTif on Cai-k Fouhoiii;, east capo, south point, lat 43" 47' 28" 
X.,lon (56° 9' 21" W., white catoptric I'ghr, revolving every minute and 
45 seconds — light 1^ minute, dark j minute, visibie 18 miles, 117 feet high, 
oriat;onal tower, vertical stripe**, red and white, height 59 feet. Liglited 
183!). KogM whisl'n on west s Je, B<<unds in foga and snow storms 10 
seconds in every minute. 

Bitnkkh's iRiiANO, on end of reef, off 8. W. point of Island, east side of 
entrance to Ynrmouth Harbor, lat 4-3° 48' 30" N., Jon 66° 8' 4^' W., Hxcd 
red catoptric light, visilde 10 miles. 27 f«ret liich, ihe lantern on a dwelling 
house, built on awo'ulen pier. Lighted 1874. A reil beacon liglit for 
the purposed of gulling vesscN into the liarbnr. Visible from the south- 
ward between the bfarings of N. K. bv N. | E. It t;an also be seen on 
Stan wood's Ueach, when oenring from S. ^ E. to S. E. i E.,but cannot be 
run for on the»e benrings. the only entrance to the harbor being through 
Yarmoutii Sound and round East Cape. 

Tkinitv Lkdcb. an Iron B<^!1 Buov, painted red, has been moored to the 
westward of Trinity Ledge, off Cape St. Mary. 

Cai'k St. Mahy, ea-tsideof Bav, lit 4*° 6' 20" N., Ion m° 12' 40" W. 
red and white catoptric light, revolving alternately every 30 seconds, visible 
il milds, 1(>3 f> ct high, octagonal white building,* height 43 feet. Lighted 
1868. 

HIktrohan Rivrr, at entrance end of Breakwater, lat 44° 13' 48" N. 
Ion 66° 8' 12" W., fixed (rrcen catoptric light, visible 6 miles, 23 feet high, 
building vertical, red stripes on seaward side, 21 leet high, lantern painted 
bliii'k. Lighted 1875. Beacon for guiding vesselA into river. Must be 
left on starboard hand and passed close aboard. Tide leaves breakwater 
one hour before low water. 

Church Point, east side of St. Marv's Bav, Digby County, lat 44° 19' 
65" N., Ion 66° 7' 35" VV. fixed red catoptric light, visible 10 miles, 36 
feet high, square white v^coden hnildtng, height 20 feet. Lighted 1874. For 
guiding agttinst dangers in viciiiity of Churcli l*oint. 

SissiBOO, south side of entrance to river, lat 44° 26' 30" N., Ion 65^' 1' 
15" VV., fixed white dioptric light, visible 8 miles, 36 feet high, whit 
wooden bui!ding, pyramidal, height 33 feet. Lighted 1870. 

WRRTroRT, Peter's Island, entrance to Grand Passage, lat 44° 15' 30" 
N., ion 66° 20' 20" W., 2 ifxed white catoptric lights, horizontal, 24 feet 
apart, vi^ible 10 miles, each 40 feet high, square white building, heig t 15 
feet. Ligl'ced 1850. Visible fiom the northward between the bearings of 
S. by W. and S. H. W.,and from the southward between the bearings of 
N. E. bv E. ai.d N. N. yV. ^ W.. , 0ell Buoy painted red, north side 9f N,. 
W. Ledge. ' ''' 

BniKK Island, north-west Point, 1st 44° 14'' 57" y.. Ion 66° 23' 30 W., 
fixed white catoptric 'ight, visible 13 miles, 92 feet high, white octagonal 
building, hei^fht 55 leet. Lighted 1809. A steam fog whistle on N. W. 
of BriOr Island, south side of liglit house, sounds during thick and fo^^' 



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tfMT. pN^r ^v^tMltt nn l*ihtt Point hoiihiIn Mi noow nlocmii nnrt lit tl«U>l< or 
^^y ^vriuhpf 9 i>«>r«^ti(U In PNrh minntis tnnllng tin intmviti or A4 MoiotiitM 
hnlvvWn ««Nt>h Mn»i. 

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i,l|Hil«'<^'t»*M»- VM<"«' lH>nt NV. R. W. mint! N. to R. N. K. 

t^t.ArR Uorn. «>n«h nhot». Int 4h^ 10' 10 ' N., Ion Il4' 4D' W., flxod 
xvhitv <iiioi\tilv light, vlnlbl** lamllf^, 4» li»H IiIhIi. MiUHtM whUf loilltllntt, 
Mfr\» -IImV t. Unhtnl IB4«. IJn'il f^ii lop f^l (IwHIIok. vlxtlili* IVoHt Hll 
m\Mn of «nn^tt>«oh. A 1'ott \vhli»llw on Ihe t-fttirnw point ori.'rt|M« li'llK on 
tW oM^'^Mui niili' or tl<i? t-nnnnpl IVoni \\\»vM llork, hoimmIii Online; llihk 
w^th<>r, 1\^(r^ Nntt n\w\\ Motmn, twlin In citclt nthuilo, cMcit IttHnt bdiinnj 
!»lx «n»roM«U ihii-rttton, «ltli lolofvnN of 44 Ktnonil* l»»'t«»>»«n. Tlu» wliiHtln 
w^ll tt^olHiWv h«« hi«r«H In » nim wrtitlifv, or wlih tln» wiml, «t h iIImIiuicp of 
%,l tiiWf, nm Irt i>tottrty wi^Hih-^r. ov nitntntit Ihw ¥rlml, lh»ni 5 hi R imMm, 
•rw^ilnf to thr i»t«»ii» or tl\f ntmiwphpn*. 

Monws, i>n Muff. wpH oWlt* or Avt»ti !Mvi»r, till 4ft" «' tft" >^., Ion 04^ 
13' .til " NV.. tlxiM whlt« intoptrlr llgl t, vIkII»Ip «0«iileH, IIB IVi-t l»l«h, wlilth 
^qtiAiv ImlUtlni):, h(«l^^t 4t)l\>»<t. Mfrltiiu) tRftt. I.l|(lit in wintluw. 

Wai-toh HAniiott, BiiMn of Mlnnf, Hitntn Coimtv. iMt 45" 14' N., fon 
«4^^0' 4ft" W., ftxwl nil oiitoptvlc littlil, vnllOe Irt inli^n, «0 ll-ol high, 
•«quMi>i white xvooiWn hnlUtinK« Mght «) IVvl. l.i)i[ii(^'(( 1870. For Hiiiiirnit 
N-v«s*l« Inio NV niton hnvhor. 

BtmM'nvvr* ttuMw orMlnas, tiorth-weM extreMilly of hfl»d, noulb ihor«, 
IM 4r \^' 40' N.. lon(»r4«W" NV.. flsin« while r«loptrlcll«hl, viable Ifl 
mlK»*» TR f^n't high, ("qniiw white hnlhllnjr, h^lirht ao Iteet. Un dwtilliiiK 
vl»lW* ftviw *n |H>l«tT or i»|>^\rmch. Llghti'it I8R0. 

Ckvh t>\Nit. A Btpum whUll« \\m hoen erpu^wt nt Cii|mi tt'Or, Cumber- 
Iftiiti O«ow«ty. 

P\t»Rst^\>nt\\ or t*«Hrl«ltf<> U\A)\A, vtps* »Me of rtvor, Itit 45" 2.1' N., Ion 
tI;^ tH^V., fl*vtl whitp vHtoplrio light, vIMhIo 9 mllos, i\1 iW hljjli, whitb 
f^wnt^ h\\M\\\^, h«lp;ht OitWt. M|iht«<4 18Ai. UAnti>rn on d welling. 

!SrnNVK« !\mnt, on north .shoiH'. t\»h«»qulil Hnv, im 45" 91' flO" N., Ion 
«** St' W., ^xty\ whih> vdioptJio liffht, vtilble nill(fii,.15 IViit hiuh, whuluw 
in lHi4Mlii(r t(> h6^ hi|t{i. IJurht^it iMa. 

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oplFh IViiHio, linlHit S< lh«>t. MRlitcd lr4tl». To ffifM(( vMumIh Itnlh^ ftfi 
(ho lirci- Mini (o iIk) ofittl Ntiit p\»mt rnhntina. 

niiiNtiMONh, wput i»«rl 0f Wnti.l, hi 4h" 4>r 11" N, Ion ll4<' nv W* kV, 
tivM Wlilfo fn((t|i(Hr ll||lit. vUlliln 12 tfill(>M. Hi} f^M littfli, oriiij^otinl wldl^ 
I.MVH. Iiijtlit«<l l«54. VMUh Ij-oHi N K, lir I'toiui'lliv N l<; K liy PI, or 
rtinv « ^f'1 KMi«rt»« I'kIiI ii"ti'«»'. f< W •><• W t W, numti ui ui\U>* 

(lAitt Hjinuifr. |»II«H or (.'«««, ImI 4h«' W' ai- N, Ion M^4lr ''<»" >V. Wxtd 
witiitt tlMfiiHr liulii. 4lli oril#K tIdlMf If) Million. |«(Mk«( lii^h. MiiuM #hlM 
liMllillHr, liHirlii 9ft n ol. Mftlitpfl tRtO, ViRlMe lfi>(wfAn llif* Wirlri;^/!/^^ 
N W ^oihhI l».r « IH W |l! A Kti^Mfii »0(ij wlilnfM, lUfl r«M N K from iU(^ 
llf|l|t |iriun«>, MduiiilM riitrtii^ thick wflrtfltnr 4 n>i'iuu\n \n Ptivh miouto. Will 
proliNhtv Itn liniird In t;iltn WANtlitr Id mv*li>«, mimI In nformy WMlli^r from 9 

t/tiArfh umiill rwk offliMd, lat 4n" 111' «0" Jt, Ion Oft" ?fl' HT W, w»ilf# 

ot^lijtonnl ItiillilinK, horirontill)* nit\m^ f(\ And wliH«. Iieliihf 40 f«el. 

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W. Mxetl white catoptric liubl, irlMlbtA 9<liiiilM, ll» Tttnt bi|«h, bi 
tttm nvliltn tit vfHbul MtrffiM, M^Ht 4^ fnet. M^hti>d \1^t. 
w«ti!llK« iit(«Mni wlilf4tl« Noniidt fur tO Mcondit tivflff tftinute. A 



VUlblc bwiwoi'M till* ll^(^rlrt^^ from K S K found 
rldft*' If^tMiid liKtil Ix^drlrtit bjr (umitinrtd N W 
t|| (tilltf<i. 

I'AntniiMtR f«rAtn, fit. lobn hnrbor, \ni ifp W 9<»" ff. Ion 00'^ fl' 90" 

liuild)n|( r<»d 

tififjr tftinuteV A bell btioy 
n«ilr K Nido of VttMtim ttMnd K«fff. 

Rt. .InllN llAftnoi'lt, l«t itr 15' Id ' N, loo flfl'^ Jl' 4M" W, wh»t« dioptfjft 
ll(|bi, 4ili oftlcr, vKJbh 1(1 nillen, 96 ft'i^t blKlt, building verticul red and 
white ilritiM, helftht 15 fVot. |J^ht«d Ifl2fl. 

MtrngiiAMii l,iiiiiT, 45-^8' »5 " N, loo^^Ofl" 14' 80" W. finftd r«l towardu 
«i«nwnr(l, white tnwutih hntbor, vhlble 10 nvlpn. White, square, wood, 
dwellhi^ nttachcil, cntoptrtc. 

t,fr.|.ni.iAit. on Point. Int 45" H' 40" N. Ion OO'^ 21' W W, 9 .Ijled wbffe 
nitoptric li|rbts, vertical, 97 (eet npfirl, vl«tlil»> l5 miled, Hpf»»«r liiihf ?l, 
Iowi»r 5fl A'ei hiuh, octnKonnI liuiblifie. sirliipM horlf,ont*llr red and Whlt«. 
hAifflit SI IVet. liiffhted 181|. Vldibto between th# beafinRfl of W N W 
rtfrtond Im- tt to K br N , Kojj wbl*t»lp during fo>{« and (wioW «torm« woondu 
iwice (♦acli tn nnte, ftret (?lviii^ h blt.«t of l> wrond*' doffttion, witli (in in- 
terviil of 5 Mei'ood-i, tli«^n m bliHt of 5 ii9<;ondfl (lumttcn, with an interrtil of 
4D eecondii to complete the minute. 

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67^11' W, lixnU whitn caliiiiltii- liulil, 32 Ivot UIkIi. wiiiio ni|iian< jlMiililing, 
h^ittht ^H lucU LiKlitvil IS/U. Tlin «M)uri««) lioiit Spruofl I'umt lo Imllnit 
ffronn«t lA K 1>\' S j| H, dislaiive 9 iiiilim From Spruce Puiiit to Mark I'uUit 
W N W, (Uittjincf> i! milfn. A v«x^ol Hrt«r lonviitK t)oin>»»l InUnd, to rlour 
lli« rw\\ niioulit »toor N until (lie Hpriic« Point lifj^lit ItoAm N W liy W, Mnd 
thor.cc take |i,W N VV' «9iirHo. 

ftUiui Point, 9t Croix Uivrr, (Charlotte County, Ut 45^ 10' 10" N, 
lonUT'^ Id' 30" \V.,(lKp«t whitA ca'npirk ii|{h(, 3i Tiot higli.iiquMro wliito 
building, Iteitflit 28 fe«t. LiKlUe«l 1870. 

MiiMir RiArKr, PnManiaqumUlv mv. rhwlott* Ooiintv, lat 45** 0' 58" 
N, Ion (((('' 54' 4U" W, (Ut^d wltiiu uaiojitric li^lit, vlAiblu 15 milu^, 1<'I0 
Asot hiK'li, biiitiUii)C white, Hqtiiirc. woo<l, heiuht )iO t'uet, lantciu brown. 
Lituh'-jd 1970. A bnr (iXtcnds \i K K From lit, (il liounn, and vurtHuU r<M|uiru 
to keep otr a diitAiiee of Stic }'ard9 to cloar U at low watui*. 

Dhkw'h Ukaii, on W side or Uoaver IlHrbour, Charlotte Comity, lat 
45<^3* 45" N, Ion 00" 44' W, ilxcd while catoptric liKbt, viniblc 10 n:iios 
45 fuel high, white equnre woodon bnildbiu, height 90 leut. tilghted 
1875. Seen at all poinU betwvcn eusiom anu wo«|orn lieaUu of harlMur. 

Pka IVwNV, lat 45' a' 80" N, long OO"' 4^' 40" W, oarit nide of entranoo 
to LeKtnng Hftrbor, Oxed greon iigliti viwililo 10 niilof*; visible from vtmi 
round by south to north. White niiuarc woo<l buiitling, dwelling attMched. 

lUiNs TNt.AMi>, W entl of Ii^land, 9 nidc of wpMern entmnob to HHn Har- 
bor, I ut 45T 15" N, Ion 0(^51' W, Hxnd red vntoplric light, vinible 12 
miles, 45 Oset high, whitu square wooden building, height 90 feet. Lighted 
1871. 

Latiti^ PamAor, on Mascathi Point, in lat. 46° 3' 20" N, long 06° 53' So" 
W. A fog fruntpot has been erected on ftltiscatin Point, south entrunce to 
Latito PaHHHjj^, sounds blAHts of 7 seconds, with an intervale of 30 seconds 
betwoeu eAcU. 

CAMPonKi.LO Ibi.a>i>, N point of lit ad Harbor, lat 44° 57' 40" N, Ion 
08° 54' 10" \\\ flxvd white catoptric light, visible 15 miles, 04 fe t high, 
white octaffonal tower with rod orosM, licigbt 34 feet. Lighted 1820. This 
light enables vessels to enter Head Harbor at all times, tt is also a guide 
tjQ vessels entering the main channel, to West Itilus, Moose Island, an.l the 
inner Bay of Paasamaquoddy. 

Port St. Amdukws, N point of entrance, 
67^2' 50" \V,K^ed white catoptric light, 42 feet nmu, v 
wliite octagonal building, height 'i2 te«t. Liglued l833. 
the bearinKS of N W l>y N, and S K by S. A fog trumpet 
head of Imrbor. ' 

Pout St. AxunieSv'8, on sand reef at K entrance, lat 45° .T 45" N, Ion 
07^0' 50" W, lixed wImIc catoptric light, visible 10 miles, 40 leet high, 
structure white, square, wood, or. a framed pier, height ID feet. Lighted 
1875 To guide to all ports in inner bay, an«l to vevsels g»ing up the 
River St .'Croix from Little Passage or West Quoildy. There is only a 
depth of 4 xcet of water on the N W extension oi the reef towards nviin 
land. 

South Wkst Wolf Isl.vnp, en S E point of the island, lat 44° 50' 30" 
N, Ion 66° 44' 10" W, white catoptric light, revolving every 1^ minute, 
vii^ible 17 to 20 miles, 111 leet hi^li, building wliitc, square, wood, lieiglit 
35 levt Lighted 1871. Lantern on dwelling ; visible from all points ot 
approach . 

SwAi T.OW T.UL, N E part oi Grand Manan, lat 41° 45' 52" N, Ion 
(>4° 44' W, ttxeti white catoptric light, vi-*ible 17 miles, 143 feet iiigh, 



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helwvflti llielifaiiiign ul H W runiiit liy H to N VV. A fitearo fo^ wbl<«tl(4 
nnfxtreino N W iiriiil of (imiiil MonHn, H') (eflt H)x)tH M^li witter, HOMndti 
in thick w(>Hihf>r, foKx and Know fllornm, 8 ltlai«ln ot 4 ^rrondn' ihirntlon In 
each minute, willi an intt^rvRl oi til Mfoonda l>(<tw(tfn ••a<Ii Itliml, A npitx"* 
beacon, imintwl vad, placed in lH70on Old Proprietor l4^^^\y^^^o» thv t) K of 
(Irand Minnn iHlnnd. In lat 44" .IV lU" N. Ir;i (Id 4<r W, han « uhk* <Ic 
valed 81 feet alwive hiuli watermark, and in clear wfAlhar aliould be Kcvn 
Iron) • diatanee from 8 or JO miles. 

Maciiiah Skaij tNt.AKP, «n Wand, tnt 44" .'JO' V N, »on 07° fl' l»" W, 2 
»lxpd white 1i«|it», W by N i N, mid K by 8 J S, 67 yanl^ aoart, one lixht 
cMtoptiic, the other dioptric of and order, vialnla 10 inilefi, K fiR feet. W 64 
('<>(<t bl^di, bitildioLrn white, each m feet hl^rh. tJ^litcd IRH'i. A f'o 
wliinH^ sKundfl in thick weather, toga and nnow atomia, ft • conda in eac 
halt' minute. 

Uannkt Hook, ^on mck^ lot 40<' 0' 38" N« Ion 06° 47' W, flx'd and flafh 
while light, dioptric, 4lh order, a flpfh every 4^ (ccondn, vinibli; 12 mnen, 
(Id feet hifrli, octajronttl tuwor, height 41 leet, vertical black and wbi'e 
atripos. litKhted Inill. A gnii In fired to Unawer aif(»iA)H dnHna fo^ and 
anuwatorma. Dangeroaa rockn extend 4 mileNeantwHrd of ti.e light nonae. 
Fixed light 46 aeconda* •clipae b| a^cohda, ilaah 4) aecondd, eclipae 6^ 
aecondaTmaking 00 aoconda. o Of . 



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BABIiX] ISLAND. 



Sahi.k Ihi.ani>, weat end, lat 43' 67' N., Ion OC 8' W., white ootoptric 
revolving bght, revolv«n in three niinuteR, i*howinK three flflHhea at intervnta 
of half a minute, then A coHnniion ol'ligtit during li minute in eaiih revolu- 
liition. viniblo 18 milaa, 123 feet high* whito oclugomil wixxlen buildiiiir, 
height 1)8 feet. Liuhted 1873. Steam fog whiatle disvuntinued fruin J uly 
lat, 1878. 

SAni.K f«T.Aiti>, I^ mllo from oaat «nd, tdt 43" 08' 80' N., k>n OO"^ 40' W., 
fixed white dioptric Ugiit, Snd or<ler, v4»tble 18 miiaa^ 138 foet high, octagon 
nnl building, white and brown alternately, height 84> feet. Lighted 187(1- 



INLAND REVENUE DEiPARTMENT. 

' •"'' Tnifjieetm' for NovnSmlia; 0KOn(iKl]Mos,K^. 

11 MAVW—Vol/rdar, A. McU'dd. E^ iacvten, V. G. Wainwrii,'ht, 
John EutI, jr., P. llagiirty, 1>. Cflriol. 

VxGtOM—CMector, m »■» Iktcclive OJllm; Gicorgc J. 

Campbell. . ,. ,, , 

NoKTii Sydney — CoUeetar, — — Mct)onn1d. 

Yakmouth — C'o//ec/o»', T. V. B. Bingny, Esq. • • 

»»oi«e Duties. . .^ «^dy .*Ui .; .u > j 
Beer, brewed in whole or in part from any other *'v ■ j^ 

substance than malt ,..',., 4 ctn per gal 

Cigara, of all kinds 40 eta per lb 

Malt Iclperlb 

Ptitroloum .....I'VcB. 

do Inapevtorttfeea— Packages over 20 gain. 10 cla pt-r pckgo 
do do do uiitkr SO gald. ^ " per gal 

. ^. i JUtOAVN A WIMHI, Accnla tmr N«v« lUMlm^^ , , 



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faita 



iiimioBiMtjr, S«6te1i m4 K»fflM BarlnnB, 



140 



BELCHRRfl PARMRdS 



[1680 



Spirit*, proof. $1 .00 p«r sal 

TotMccoand SnufT. SOctopcrlb 

Vineg*r 8< ♦♦ "gal. 



Ziioe: 

Bondf'd ManufiMtnrM. ... annnall/, $60 



Brewers 

Dij^tillvm or Rectiflen .■a',.,,, 4 ** 

Compounding;, l' J ..t. ** 

llaiuil«r«— 4 claim, S')0 to 100() ccatals malt per avanth, ** 

•♦ a " IWWtolWO *' " •* 

" % " i&Orttoaooo " •» . •• 

" 1 " 2000 and upwatd •• ** " 

Tobacco Manufiacturers 

Stamp Duties. 



II 



•0 

fiO 

100 

900 
50 



Bill Stampii are of t!ie denomhiationf of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, B, 9, 10, 
SO, 30, 40 and 50 cents, and SI. $2. nnd $3. TheV are to be affixed to 
Bilk of Kxchange, Drafte and rrombsory Notes, vix :— 



Note or BUI Cor 



SlAgiy. 



Over$25 fOOl 



25 to $50 
50 to 100 

looto aoo 

200 t» 300 
300 to 400 
400 to 500 
600 to 600 . 
Aad M> on. 



08 
03 
00 
09 
12 
16 
18 



..w.i /i. 



DuaHcate, 
eaoupart. 

$001 
01 
02 
04 
08 
M 
10 
IS 



Triplieato, 
•ado part. 

$0 01 
01 
01 
OS 
08 
04 
05 
08 



The person affixing the stamps is required, in all cases, to cancel 
thami by writing or ataraping thereon the date, which must correspond 
with tlie date ot the instrument to which they are affixed. 



'WVZOSTS Airo ICSASTTaSS. 



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INSFSCTORS. 
HaK/ax, R. M. King; P. Tompkins, Assistant. 8j/d$uy^ L. E. Tremaine. 



jrOBMS OF DOMINION WKIOHTS. 
Aroirdupoia WeUchts. 

From 50 Ibfi. down to one pound, cylindrical, with knob. 
The same, with nng. 

Kectangular bhick with ring or handle cast solid. j 

Truncated sauare pyramid 

From 5 Ibii. a>wn to one half dram. Any of the above form' ; also flat 
discs ic nests. 

Orain Weiffhta. 

From 1 .000 grains down to ten grains. Cylindrical with a small rising 
stem and kaob. 

Six grains and under. Bent piatmum or aluminium wire so bent as to 
represent the number of grains, or decimal parts of a grain 

In every case the denomination of the weight when of sufficient sise, 



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Mixer* BM«k iMaO, Haawa'a «h« MllleVa mmttttugfit 



At H. H. FUIXEB A CO.% htU of IP^wvr*! WhArf. 



alio flftt 

tU rising 
ent as to 
ient sice, 



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▲LrUANACK. 



141 



mast be cast, eiiKraved or stamped un them io bold legible nameralf, of 
size duly proportioned to the siseof the weight. 

A 60 lb. weight for the bushel of wheaf. of some form sufficiently distinct 
from the form hefein described to prevent the ono being nistaken for the 
other. 

rroy Weigbta. 

From 500 ounces down to one onnce. I'runcated cone with knob* 

From 6 ounces iliiwn to .001 oanco, flat square plates. 

Th3 denomination to be engraved on the top of the knob of each weight, 
in as large numerals as the sis« of the weight will admit: and also on the 
face of the smaller weights. 

Fee* t6 b^ Ooll«oted for Varifleation of Wctghto. 





DOMINION WEIGHTS. 




Avoirdupois Wkioht. 


TmoT WlUOUT. 




Verification Fees. 


Denomination. 


Verification Fees. 


, 


• 

8 


1 




Denomination. 




• 






1 


Iron. 


J 


1 


Bror.se onljr. 




cts. 


cts. 


cts. 


« 


cts. 


60 lbs. 


26 


25 


30 


500 oz. 


50 


60 *• 


») 


20 


25 


8C0 " 


40 


SO " 


90 


90 


25 


200 " 


35 


90 *• 


90 


90 


25 


100 " 


30 


10 " 


10 


10 


15 


50 " 


20 


6 " 


6 


5 


10 


30 •♦ 


90 


3 ** 


5 


5 


10 


90 " 


20 


3 •» 


5 





'0 


10 " 


90 


1 " 


5 


5 


'0 


5 " 


15 


8 ot. 


61 






» •♦ 


10 


4 " 


ft 


• 


«« 


3 - 


10 


2 *' 


5 


1 


s 


1 •• 


10 


1 " 


5 


7« 

•*4 


a 


.6 


10 


8 drama. 


5 


1 


•3 


.3 


10 


4 " 


5 


« 


•^ 


.9 


10 


2 *' 


5 


^ 


s, 


.1 


10 


1 " 


5 


^ 


.05 


10 


4 *' 


5j 






.AS 

.03 


10 
10 


Set aiJabove from 
501b. down to 








M 


10 








Jim 


10 


A lO. .•V...9*..'' 


10.75 


fi.eo 


81.90 


.008 


,10 




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.003 


10 


Do d^T from 8 






• 


.001 


10 


oz. to i dram. . 


80.30 






Set as above 




Set of grain 








from 500 oz. 




weights, from 








to 1 oz 


lis 50 


1,(K)0 grs down 












to .01 of a grain. 








do. from .5 ez 




in authoriaed 








down to .001.. 


81.50 


series 


80.90 











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lfbwt>i Chopylay A«#ii, for wale by If. H. FULLER A CO. 



142 



HKLCHBR'8 FAUM Bit's 



[1880 



The old 56, 2S, U, 7, 4, 9, 1 lb. weiffhti to be admittad to Teriflcatioo 
and tolerated till Ist July, 1880. 

DOMINION MBABUBBS OF OAFAOITT. 

Bushel. Iinir bntihel, neck, f^allon, may he of (1) Hronee or HraM Cant; 
(2) Ilaiiiinered Sheet HraM or Chopper, fllrenKthon d by rims of similar 
ir.etal, and upriglit strapH; (8) Sheet Iron, when of sufflciont strong to 
retain tha form of the measure under ordinary usuage, either nvlth wood or 
iron bottoms; (4) Woo<l,of any suitable qualit}', with iron or hardwood rim. 
WlKPn of "'oo(l, the odf?e to be sufficiently lilck to receive the brand. 

Ciallon, half f^ullon. quart, pmt, halt pint, cill, half f^ill, mar be made of 
(1) Hronze or Uraas, cast; (9) Uammerod Meet Brass or Copper, with 
Hiiitable rim of similar meial; (3) Hard Pewter; (4) Stout tin plate of 
approved tliickne^s. 

No nieaHun; of cnpncity of which the Hides or bottom are indented, 
battered, or knocked out ol the rcfjulur form, will be admitted t** verifica- 
tion, nor any- whoso bottoms are not sutttcientlj' strong t(; caii'y the contents 
without changing their form. 

Fees to be OoUeoted for Measures of Capacity. 



DOMINION MEASURES 



DtsiTomination. 



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if 



Bushel . . 
^ Bushel 
Peck .... 
Gallon . 
i Gallon. 
Quart.... 



Pint. 

i Pint 

Gill 

iGill 

Set from Bushel Jo Peck 

Set from GkIIou to \ Gill. 



Material. 



■a 

a 

A 

Cts. 

ao 

95 

9(1 

15 

10 

10 

5 

5 

5 

5 

75 

40 



2 ^ 

eo 

Cts. 
30 
25 
90 
10 
10 
10 
5 

5 

5 
75 

40 



a 
2 



M 
CO 



Cts. 

20 

15 

15 

10 

10 

5 

5 

6 

5 

5 

50 

30 



9> 

m 

a 



Cts. 



I" 



15 

i(i; 

10 
5 
5 
5 

• 5 

• « • I 

40 



Cta. 
10 
7 
5 
5 
5 



30 



The old measures of capacity admitted to verification and tolerated till 
July, ,1880. , 

Fees to be charged for Verifloation of 'Welgh-Bridges, Platform 
Scales, Weighing Machines, Balances and Steelyards. 



Balances with equal arms : 
lo weigh 5 lbs. and under in each 

pan !iJ0 30 

To wtHgh from 5 lbs up to 50 

each pan 50 

To weigh from 60 lbs up to 

1^0, each pan ...;........ 75 

To weigli from 100 lbs upwards 1 00 






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AI^ANAOK. 



148 



Steelyi nU wHh divided armi 
To weigh AOO Ibn and nnder. .10 60 
'* 600 to 1,000 lbs.... n 

* 1.000 to 2,000 !bi. J 00 
** 7,000 fbit and a]mRrds 1 ftO 

Balancun with uneqail anna, not 
divided: 
To weigh 1,000 lbfi& under .to 75 

* 1,000 Iba up to 
2,000 Ibe 1 00 

To weiKh 2,000 lbs and op to 
4. mm JOB* ••• ••••.«•••••• 1 

Weign-bridgen or Platform Scales: 

To weigh 2,000 Iba & under. SI 

♦• a,OfO to 4,000 lbs. 1 

** 4,000 to 6,000 Iba. 2 

And for eacli additional tun. . 



To be rerHled at Ike Inefector'a 
OAce. If TerlfieA tlvewlwre «oet 
of cartage of we^fbta uaed for 
veriflcAtioa to be cMrged extau 



fiO 



• ■•no 1 I 



00 
BO 
00 
50 



' Same ai Ab«Te aa fo eartagt. 



And in addition to th«M rafea the 
coMt of CNrtitag the weighta ttaed for 
veriiiGation. 



IiINSAB KBABURXfl. 

MATRniAL.— Thef>e tneaeuree may be made of any aulVaMe hard metal, 
or oi straitrht grnined wood. When of wood the ertde miirt Im nrotectea 
by metal ttpn, well secured. The chains of iron orMcel witH solid Joints. 
The Kibands may be of steel or of metal wire woven wMh other fibre. 

Feea to be charged for Verlflcation of IiUieel Meeavre. 

Of Metal. Of Wood. 



10 feet 

6 " ..,,. 

5 " 

8 *' or yard. 

ivnrd 
feet....!^ 

1 foot 

i foot 

Chain or Riband 100 feet $1 

•♦ 50 " r. 1 

1 






•♦ 66 

A." 



tt 
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35 eta. 

35 

^5 

8 

8 

9 

3 

3 
50 
00 
00 



SO eta. 

90 

90 

5 

5 

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9 
9 



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Under Act 36® Victoria, Cap. 48, 1873, prpvision la made for tl^e 
Inspection of Gat, which in Nova Scotin in to be of "le, lllominating 
power of sixteen candles. Apparatus for testing nnd analysing the 
Gas supplied to Ntilifnx, has been fitted up in Hesslcin'a Boilding^ 
Hrllia Street. Inspeetora — Halifax, Archibald Miller; Piotoit, Jamaa 
HepbmH. 



xiirsrsarxoxr or msB axo) oxts. 

Inbfkctorr — County t>f Ha,'ifi'x, Edmund Ryan; Tnrmouth, Robert 
brown: Om/tbonmgk,\Vik G Seutt, jr.; Bttihtnoml^ K E Bine;,* Ftcft^'n, 
J. A. Matheeon t /nrefnfM, A B Skinner; C^^pe Breumi ■ ' < \AKti' 

gwmh, W J Webb; X.t<iieii6iir;9, George ^^nderson. < 



MM«WK « WUP effar tkcae OeeOa tcij luir aft Wlieleaaie. 



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F««n Ibt iDMpeoiton, Aitt .17 Vlotoiift. Vh%p. 4B, ItTit 

Fij*" fH^M Wl^rr* rtf H*lirtoM. nn^mon-lrowt or i*<ii--lr(>u(, (IrtMii r*\\i» 

Trtr «kH«l» ht»l('!»'i»n'i« iifimllnnn. fnlmmi-lroiJ or )ii>« intiit, titli r«>Mi«. 

l'Vt^Mi'<n»iMfi'< rtf Mlmnrt) whrtrtti jrnHi or «••« «rn«t, llrti'iin »'««ni*, 

For «iiili ItuK-lmrivl itinitlinoii, i«a)iiioii-troul ur le* liuiil, Um n.'iita. 

Kor I'ni'li Itmn'l III iHrtrkiMcl, ton «<f\\\n 

Kor 0Ni'li (ifilf l>iirt-<>l ol iniirKi>i-«l, lWiir«it(a,, 

l'>>r MuU baiivl vl livifhiM. IW« r«iitA 






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Vnv «>(ii'li IiaII l»Hin>l ol hi'iriiiK. tlUM vfnlll. 



|'\»r Mvli l)nii«»l ufnlmil, 1««M i;«Mli». 
Kui- i>fli'h ItHir-lmno) ol>liH<l, N»>\ fh <icMli. ' , 

I'oi- fHrli Un»r<»l ol whli»«lMi. It'll o«nt«. "'- 
Jmm* fiicli Imll-bAn-H o( wliitMUnh. mavvu c^nln. 

Vuisrtch bHiri^l ol |tickl(*il coilllrli, litlk«, liil(t«iu€k or ntUinlt, fivt 01*111* 
I'or ffaci) Itiill ttMtft'l <li(to, ilirufl «s«>iiU. 

Vor fMoli ItAiiol ol' «h.v-9iiltp(t nvllltit, Imke, hiidiUtck, catllnU, liii|f or 
pollock, llv» vvwU. 

Kor rM«U liHirimn^l dido, llin><» r#n(ii 

Kor i»*ch h^rn"! o( (>i\m, Uu wut*. - - t - t 

Kor i'«ol» l>iilf^Unnt>l hnnn, n«>voh opHIh. 

K«»r Moil lNirr«4 ol vod Iohkimh, uoiI noujtiln, tmllibut or eoh, tnii ii«otib 

KO* ««« It l\«ll-iMI«r«i «(illU, KKVUlt ViMltR. 

{'W Midi taiin'l PHiok<>d hfiTiiiKi '*» «'»?»*<«. ( ^tr'«i» ||it» Mi! 1 'mi • 
or fHO»i b»K Mn«K».l luMrioff, ihreo i^miU. | ,.,|, v> ^) v«ih «bi»H I»H ••it 
I'or pnoh nnll'ltox diUo, two contu, 
K>ir«««<l»«^i«iim- iMtK (Htif>, mm cent. ' »...•,• .*i 

Kor inAiMHiin^, KiUiuiii^ i\ihI limmlioij; onrit pnMrlHM»n of oil, IwiMily cl«. 

For itM|H>Hlnff, gitrtf^io^; nin! brnitdinK orioh liop;i*li«>iid ol oil, iHlPcn rpiitH. 

For ikt^pcotUtpc, iiHii^iiifi; iind liniiidinK eiicli ti«r«H^ol oil, twuiity otnth. 

K'>r miipeciiuit, ftitiirtutf]: mikI Itrnndiou »»^^\ Itarral ol oil, llOoen tnilK. 

Tho fiuvnoinj? VrtlP8 sI(hII In r«H:koiio»V exolimivw ol nail, (tii-kln, rivojM«r- 
Hfit, nforiiK*^ And liihor en)(«litv«d in woHJiiiiK, ri(trinf(, i<l«nnln^, nftlliitfi;, 
«vivv^lt»n or ro |[>:uiviiiu nii'l niokliKji; i\\\\ lisli 

I'oi '^)ii(i)diop;xM- loni-loii)^' Newroiuidliuul Unit which Iiavu been innptcttd 
in Npwlouiidliiml. two <<<mi(k p^r Imtrol 

Kor^M^nvolinii: PtiMtlv |>H«'l<t«H*Hr om» c#nt. .... . .;•■ , 

. , iHMiqrr i«n,!{J| 1.. aU.f'j 
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CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT. 

fns)>r<ior for .V.JojT^ctfAff^ J*. J. KjiHH, i|Q^<|., AtnhorHt, N. S. 

Amiikubt— (V/«fc>»*. Dr. N. Tuppfljr. Out l*ortn — .!>Vi- C W/fr^fws, 
iNvuwush, i. lU'iirv Iwuck; VV^hvcc, Wiltlam McMal^ ; Jouulus, J. 
MollHtti Tulnish, J. C. Hnuulrtija 

AiiHxrons— Coi/ftYiM-, Aiif];ustu« FitUortou. (Md l\}rt9-^iSuh'Vol- 
Uotiti^, Cl<imt«it!<|Mrtt 1^. £". DitniHi**; TlioiWs Cwve, K. H. Vuitor. 

Antujonish — (\)/Wtor, U. Mi'lMilo. (htt fWts — .SVft-CW/orfiM-li, 
UhvIicUI or Little Hivor, K. (i. H^utdall; lIi\rlK>ur au no\i«'lio.li. ('orlu'tt. 

Anion AT-r-.<f;a^fYto»-,Ji)lnuM» li"ly WU Q'U ZJwi*«6'u6 J W/r( ^>r.s Si. 
PctorV, l)«.n!iW*lrr.itthhfh ¥«n lJWKmdr\d,^A.'^MtDt)uald ; Ulvcr 
Uui;p^MS> Willi«i« S, Ucjrd; L'Aiiloine, W . Brjuior.. 

Qront Bras dHlr, l>on«M CAtnplwII ; 8t, Ann's, D. McAnloy; Aspey 
Bay, Duvid McDonald ; IngtWish, Jnmo« Shea. ' 

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lin'four, •?. Hwiiin. 

r.irl WilliiUHB, W. HmtPn. ' • ' 

f'unmlii Cr.M.k, ('. V. Ilnwillnjr ; Kn-ncli i'vtmn, II V. II. Ki»rn»Wfiflh } 
ll.irtMMiivill«>, 11. MMirh; ttnrtuii. K' DeWuU'} I'ort .WiUJ«WN, U. H. 
1<iM'kmN)«l; K»'iilvi!li<, M. II. I)ii(lf(i*. 

l),„i,v_r,»//r»r.M. IV Virtu. Ou^ IWii—Suit-Vulh^rfi. iSltnr Ulvor, 
!)..!. MoiHo; Hiiiuly Cove, ('. Uldiio^ ; WoHtjwirt, II. if. Huggloi; 
Kf1*t'"'^t, Jl •rhllVlMt. .t'K t" ■ "• , ' ' < ; 'i 

ditTRiiono— CW/ff^^r. <l«tiic8 A. Torny. fXii! PnHn—fivh-Vn^ft'torii, 
I Port MmIuiiivc, l)iiviil Miinny} tiiHiu',>t ^''^c^'^'t *^<''**'P^^ t/'prifllii;/ 
Hi. MmvM Hiviv, A. I'. McKciikIc ; ( nm iSiiino, J. •lelficjr ; lAnvvmh, 
.IimK-K flomlow; /'fVmif^iw .Vfrrft/'H, Whitftn'tul. ' '/',"' 

IIaI.M AX — f '»»//'(^|/, ll«in W. I?»ms. /fnfistnlr nf f^fltimliuf, ll B. 

riuilin, /V.^ .v^,»»r/rtri .Irw*V>> ArtuMii. i^hipf vUk, VTm' II Iftll. 
f'«fn/»i>r, SniiMU'l Nul>l«'. A»»<</ /A"»"i ( '(tr/t, •lamcN <^ Mofrix, VVf ^. 
(UniftuMi W. li. I'tiNvltir. f.VoV/ it'i/f^f/Kw (%.ik..,1nu KakvrtkU'y. 

Hfifintinr of Shij)i)itiii, CM. Altlioii. fHvAn l/» f^o/*/ Surrftfitr, ,1. V. 

Ulrlmnlmni, Ji»« VVHllm»«», /<f«;i>mW, titirt H.IVTtinr^. AnnUtmnt i)Uio, 

l>. Mlii<k«viMt(l, CltnHt'ii Htitiiani, J. M. McMnr t, At»iitfitu» fo hlUo, 

..TnmoH l)('('<MU('«7. Stntinflvn, Chitf Chrh-, '.<lwRnl Wll!h«r*. ^'/^H^^», 



It. Onhlwv'll, II. IajIhom. Air^iuiiuif'i to Ouw/rr§, TIioh Connnrf. ImihI-j 
i>\ll Wttltvia^ Jmiih's Kerr. (). A. Y. Vnw, I'lioii P. Joifi. J. p/i,Qti)ipfU 
,}u\m Atir.. Wniiflt>vii, t MuIIaiH', Htflplien Wlilt«. nhrli'iirt, IJbnf^ 



MoO* 

rittfi 



Afmiuiwifi to OuaOrr§, TIioh Corillorfi. 

KrrtMT, Wi'ljworrt Kflviioldfl, M. II. HulUvnti, (Jeo O. Ornjr, mmM 
onn.d, •Iniiicfi F. HiirnhAinrtlohn Hte«i<% Mntt J. MeOutdy, Win 
, jr, U. Hrown, Holinrt llodijos, W. II. DHnhrord, W. A. (/Iiipmnn, 
.Inn Mmriiv.'l. L, Uaijo'lit^'' J|k''"''U'"01« Jpl'U (lanl. JJ'idr Survfi/nr, 
Aloxmnlcr Kelly,' Tii/<^mutAi*, WftlAki'CiiiirtJd, WJi K. KliHtiks, 
I'ctcr 8. M«m»n, Wnllm(! niioliiiimfi, J. J. O'llrloii, W. II. TrldfT, 
llichnnl linker, WHUnm Hcrry, It. 0. Ortiion. limttmfit, Win Niino, 

l.hio n«'HKlny, Win ¥i^v^^, Jt*. Flow*. tfffHfi'Mp»H^^riWni Hln'knmn. 

\(hit /M{(n-^tSul)-(yiirti)iH, 8lit'ct llnrbgur, Mfilculm McKarJario^ 8iilj» 
lliirtiour, Kd^ur Hill. 

t Ltvj4n^0<ii,— fV/w//»r, J. IJ.Diitdap. ., ^, " li',' 

lifWKioi'onT— rW/pr^or, (i«o. 8tRlk«r/<*''» • ■ »< 

L<)Ni>oNoifiiiiiv — C'«»//c<;/«r, Jlobort l)ill. Out-Portn^Stib'Coltetlorit, 
'Fiv« iHlAiids, A. A. Cortiott. v 

LuNioNHUJto— f.WA'».7f>r, Kdw DowIlA^,'" Oi/< Portn^Suh-Cqllrdors, 
Malxuiitt JitMy, 0. D. Mader; Chester, Wn 11. Butler; imkUft, 1). 
;Uvimrd; Hridjft'wator, — — -—- — . 

[ MAU0AHifii;8Vij,i.M— CW/jr^AT, D. W. Landeri. OvU Pvrl — Snb'Col- 
^^eelni; Port Gotirge, U. H. Heed. 

t l*AUlUUto^O|,*-rCW/«c<(M;, A. 8. TownidiOTHl. Oai Porln— Sub-Col- 
Ve(]tor«v Advoo(iU) IlHrbour. C. Ward ; Uatchford'a Uiver, h\ V. llatfieUI ; 
fApplo Hivcr, John Ward. 



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PiCTOD— Cfl^^or, Daniel McDonsM, (An Pert^^Sub-Vtaeeton, 
Tatnmagouche, J. O. 6. Campbell ; Meri(;amMh, R* Miirniy ; Vfiw 
GloHgow, J. F. McDonald ; River 9o\at, i. K. Uenv^r 

Port Hawkksbdbt — Collector, M. McDonald. 

Post Koon— Collector, E. D. TmmaAn. OW Port'-SdhCoaeetm' 
Margaree, J. Ross. / . 

Port MEDiTAT-^CWfecfiV, Jl J. Letron. t f V, -t,. .;'(* '^ 



SuiEnDURnB — CciUqUr, W. W. Atwood. Oat Port—Sfuh-Cdteiior, 
Jordan River, M. D. MeKenzie. 

Stdnbt — Collector, C. fc. Leonard. Out Porta — 9ulhCdletior», Lin- 
ffnn, RicU Laffin ; Loaisbniig^, L. Kavaimgb; Maina-die«, G. Ri^-gj; 
Little Glatd Bay, C. H. Bigbv ; Cow Bay, W. W. Bowb; Caledonia, 
David McKeen ; Sontb Bar, Patrick Mallins. 

North Sydv^t— Collector, Alex Hamilton. Out Port-^Suh-C^t- 
leqtor. Little Bras d'Or, SfUrdoch McDonald. 

Port or Titutto— CW/«etor, John F. Crow; Clerk, 8. B. BenU^tfr : 

W«TMOiTTH-<i- Collector, 8. Jonea. Out Potis—StA- CoHectar*, Ac adie, 
A. Boarneuf; Belleveas's Cove, J. Y. Stnart; Port Gilbert, R. 
Sanderson ; Mett^ghan, B. A. il^obickean. 

WiHD»OR—CWfed«r.E. O'Brien. Oitt Port8'-SulhColleetor9,Cht^m, 
T. A. Malcom: Hantsport, Wm Davidson; Walton^ A. McN Parker; 
Maitland, A. Roy. < v^o . r < I . 

Yarmouth— Co/fec/ar, H. A. Hood; Landing Surveyor and Clerh^ 
W. SffcGill; 4£pyruW, VV. L. Campbell. Out Portt—Stit-CoHedorg, 
Beaver HiVer, K, Parry'; Pubnico, P. 8. D'£ntremont ; Tnsket, James 

.ifV/ ivit'jflO )i4 !■ • I - I " I " 

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Corrected to Beptember, 1879i 



ii.—Kesdt^ed, That !t is expedient to provide tlmt the value of iTl Bottlen, 
Flasks, Jars, Demijohns, Carboya, Casks, Hogsheads, Pipe^ Barrels and all 
otiier Versels or rackn((e« manufactured of Tin, Iron, Lead, ^iir, Olasa or any 
other ni^iterial, ani capable of holding Liquid; Crate«, Barrels and other Pack- 
ages coataining Ulass, Cliina, Crockery or £artheDware. and all Packages in wliioli 
goods are commonly placed for home consumption, including Cases in wbirH Bot- 
tled Spirits, Wines or Malt Liquor* are contained, and every Package, befng the 
Arst r*;ceptacle or covering, enclosing goods for purpose of sale, shall in nil cases, 
not other\ri)i« provided for, in which they coiitam goods subject to an ad valorem 
duty, tie taken and held to be a part of the fair market v»lue of such gnuda for 
dutv, and wkeu they oontain goods subj«et to specific duty only, such Paefcagoa 
shall l)e chiirgeil with a duty of Customs of twenty per cent, ad valorem, to be 
computed npon their original cost or value; and ah or any of the above Packages 
described as capable of holding Liquids When containing goods exempt fWnn duty 
under this Act, shall be charged with a duty of twenty per cent, ad valortm \ but 
all Packages not hereinbefore specifled, and not specially charged with duty by 
any unrepealed enactment, and being the usual and ordinary Packages in which 
goods aro packed for exportation only, aocordtng to- the geneial asuage and cuatom 
of trade, sliall be free ot duty. 



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W/ecfer 

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Clertbr 

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Bottlen, 
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ALMANACK. 



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p. c. 



Acid— Acetic and Yiiipgaif 12 

centK per Imp. gal •. 

Acid — Sulphuric I cent per lb. 

" JA uriatic and Nitric. . . ad vul. M 

" Oxalic Free 

Carboys oonlain'g Acids, same 
rate of duty as empty. 
Ad<rerti«ing Pcinphlets, CatalO)Oi^« 
Alinanacf) & FaKhioti Pamphlets. . 

Sri .00 per 100 ; 

Acetate of Lime 20 

Agricultural Implements, not other- 

\tise providetl for 25 

Aj^rfc Free 

'Aerates, uumanufactu<'e<l Free 

Ale, lioer and Porter, imported in 
bottlpg, fi quart and 12 pint bottles 
to l>c iield to contain one Imperial 

gallon 18 cents per Imp. gal. 

Ale, Beer and Porter, imported in 
casks or otherwise than iubottlea. . 

10 cents per Imp. ^al 

Alcohol $1.32^ per Imp. gal. 

Vlkanet Root Free 

Aloes ': Free 

Amber, manufactured 20 

Almotids 20 

AUnn Free 

Aluminum Free 

Ambergris. Fice 

Ammonia, erude Free 

Aitiiine Dyes \ Free 

Aniline Oil, crude .Free 

AuiHne Salts Free 

Animals, living, of all kinds, viz: 
Horses, Homed Cattle, Sheep, 

Swine, all others 20 

Ani mals brought 1 nto Canad a temnor- 
arily and for a period notexceeatng 
three months, for tSic purpose of 
exhibition or competition for prizes 
offered by any Agrlctdtui al or other 
Association, but a bond shall be 
first given, in nccordanfcc with re- 
gidatlons to l)c prescribed by the 
Minister of Customs, with tli« con- 
dition that the full tluty to which 
such an1ma*B avouM otherwise be 
liable, shnll be -^i Mn case of their 
sale in Canada, or if not re- exported 
within the time epecifled in such 

bond , Free 

Animals for tlie improvenient of 
Stock, under regulations to he 
made by the Treasury Botrcl, and 
approved by the Govt iBor in Coun- 
cil Free 

Annato, liquid or solid, Annato Seed Free 

Anchora Free 

AnUniouy Free 

Anvils 30 

Apparel, wearing and other personal 
and household effects, not mer- 
chandifw, of British BUbjocts dying 
abroad, but domiciled in Canada. . Free 
Argol, dust, Argolfl,c'rude Free 



P. c. 
Army and Navy and Canadian Mill- • 
tia, for the use of, viz : 
Arms, Clothing, Musical Instn.- 
meuiH ibr Bands, Military Stores 

and Munitions of War Free 

Arsdniate of AuUiiie Free 

Articles for the use of the Oovomor- 

Oeneral Free 

Artleles tbr the iiseof Foreicil Contuls 

General , .Free 

Articles imported by aud for the nse 
of the Dominion Governroentf or 
any of the Deparimeuts tlHsreofi 
and for the Senate t^nl liouw of 

Oomirons ,, Free 

Artificial Flowers .30 

Arsenic Fiee 

Atlases ft cents per lb. 

Arrowroot 20 

Aeiiea, Pot, Pearl ami Soda ........ Free 

B. 

Bay RnlD. . . .91.90 per Imo. gal. and 

ad. vat ! / . 30 

Babbitt MetaL ... 10 

Baking Powders 20 

Bamboo Reeds, not furtSier mannfhc- 
tured tlian cutinto suitable lengths 
for walking' sticks or c*ne8, or tor 
sticks for umbrellas, parasols or 

sunshades Free 

Bamboos, unmanufactured i. .Free 

Bairels, of Canadian mamtftctiire, 
• exported filled with doOtestk pet- 
roleum and returned empty, under 
such regulations as the Himster of 

Cnsloms may prescribe Vne 

Bariey 15 cents per bashel. 

Barilla Free 

Barytes, unnianuftictured ;.., .Tree 

Baskets of Willow and Bamboo 25 

Beans 15 cents per 'bushel. 

Bells, for Churches Free 

Braces of Cotton and Elastic 25 

Berries for Dyeiug, or u«ed fur eora* 

posing^yes .Free 

Bark, p^^red 20 

Billiard Tables, without pockets, four 
feet six inches by nine feet. . . .each 

i'22.S0' and ad vat 10 

Billiard Tables, five feet by ten feet, 

each $25 and ad rat .- 10 

Billianl Tables, with pockets, five 
feet six inches by eleven ft«t. . each 

935 and ad vat 10 

Billiard Tables, six feet bv tv- i 

fect.^ each WO and a. . 10 

Each table to include twelve ctirtt, 
one sett of four balls, with 
markers, eloths and bases, but 
no pool balls. 

Bitters, con raining Sphrits 91.90 

per Imp. gal 

Bismuth 5 

Bolting Cloths .Free 

lilocking (Shoe) and Shoe Polish.. . . 25 
Black licad 20 



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Cit TStAU, Paints^ Oils, €}!«••> Patty, jtrj low, 



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[1880 



p. o. 

Bath Bricks 20 

Biscuit 20 

Blwldera 20 

Blue 20 

Bronx* Powder 20 

Botoes, crude and not Qianuftictnred, 

bamfd, oiilc'd, gr'nd or •teamed. .Fre^ 
.)one Dust and Bone A»h for manu- 
flictare of Pboepbatee efFertlUxera, Free 

Boraxt Free 

Botany, ipeGlmeue of. Free 

Briktiea Free 

Brinatone, in roll or flour (crude). . .Free 

Brim-DKulda, for gold beatera Free 

Bromine Free 

Broofli, Oorn. ..••••. ....•...•...•i Vr^e 

Buehu leave* Free 

Bullion, gold and silver Free 

Bnrgundjr Pitch Free 

Bnrr-stonee in blocks, rough or un- 
manufactured, and not bound up 

into millstones Free 

Books, printed, Periodicals and Pam- 
phlets bound or In sheets, not being 
Foreign reprints of British Copy- 
right Works, nor Blank Account 
Books, nor Copy-Books, nor Books 
to be written or drawn upon, nor 
Bibles, Prayer Books, Psalm and 

Hymn Books 6 cents per lb. 

Books, British Copyright Works, re- 
prints of. . 6 ets. per lb. and ad vat. 12| 
Bibles, Prsyer Books, Psalm and 

Hymn Books 5 

Books, Periodicals and Pamphlets 
imported through the Post Office, 
for every two ounces in weight or 
fVnctiou thereof. . 1 ct. per 2 ounces. 
Books, Blank, bound or in sheets. ... 25 
Printed, Lithoara^ed or Copper 
or Steel Plate Bill Heads, Cheques, 
Heceipts, Drafts, Posters, Cards, 
Commercial Blank Forms, Labels 
of every description, AdvMtising 
Pictures, or Pictorial Show Cards 

or Bill" 30 

Book-binders' Tools andlmpleilents, 
including Ruling Machines and 
Binders' Cloth, Cutting, Perforating 
and Paging Machines, Shears, Pres- 
ses and Ruling Pens 16 

Boniists, Hats and Caps, not else- 
where specified 25 

Beads and Bead Ornaments 20 

Boot and Shoe Making Machines ... 2!i 

Bracelets, Braids, made of Hair 20 

Boxes, (Fancy,) Omametital Cases 

and Writing Desks 25 

Bran 20 

Brass, Manufkotures of, not elsewhere 

specified 30 

Blue-black, (Colors) Free 

Brooms and Brushes 2S 

Buckwheat. ...... 10 cents per bush. 

Buckwheat, meal or flour, ;( ot. per lb. 
Brass, old and scrap. Bars, Bolts, 
Sheets, Wire, round or flat. Tub- 
ing, Seamless drawn, Fancy, Plain. 10 



F. o. 

Butter 4 ets. pt.r lb. 

Bronse Ornaments 20 

Brick for building 20 

Buttons and Button Moulds 25 

Bent Glass, for manufketure of Show 
Oases, if not manuf. in Canada. . . .Frea 

o. 

Carriages of TraTellers,and Ciirrlagea 
laden with meichandise, and not 
to include ciro«is troops, nor 
Hawkers under regulations to ba 
prescribe4. by the Minister of 

Customs Free 

Clothing, donation of, for chari^ble 

purposes Freo 

Cabinets of Coins, Medals, and all 

other collections of Antiquities . • .Free 
Casts, as models for the use of Schools 

of Design Free 

Canvas for roanulkcture of Floor Oil 
Cloth, not less than forty-five 
inches wide, and not pressed nor 

calendered ..Frre 

Caoutehoue, unmanufactured Free 

Cat-gut, Strings or Out Cord for 

Musical Instruments Free 

Cat-gut, or Whip- gut, nnmanufhct'd. Free 
Carriages, Waeons, Railway Cars and 
Carnages, Sleighs, Wheelbarrows 

and other like articles 30 

Cartridges 25 

Cane Juice Syrups. ...<• |et. perlb. 

and ad vol 30 

Canvas for Ships use 5 

" not else where 'mentioned. ... 20 

Carpets, not elsewhere specified 20 

Cashmere, manufactiires of SO 

Caps. Cloth (see Woollen Clothing) 

10 cent? per lb. and ad vol '. 25 

Carriage lops, Frames, Bodies and 

Wheels 30 

Cement, law or In stone from the 
quarry, per toa t^ tkfarteen cubie 

feet ^ il .00 per ton. 

Cement, hydraulic or water lime, 
ground, including barrel. .40 cents 

per barrel 

Cement, burnt and UBground..7| els. 

per 100 lbs 

Cement, Portland or Roman 20 

" in bulk or in bags. . .9 cants 

per bushel 

Cheese 3 cents per lb. 

Chicory, raw or green. . 3 ets, per lb. 

Chicory, or other Root or YegeAable 

used as a substitute for Coffee, kiln 

dried, roasted or ground 4 ets. 

per lb 

China and Porcelain Ware 20 

Cheese vnts 28 

Chalk and ClifTStone, nnmanufliet'd, Free 

Chalk, prepared 20 

Chamomile Flowers Frea 

Church Vestments 20 

Chafi" Cutters and parts thereof (Agri- 
cultural Implements) ^ 28 

Churns v........ 25 



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p. o 

Cider 20 

Cigars and CiKarettea . . .iO «e«ta per 

Hi.aa4«lt>«f tO 

CimuHBeo, frouiid 25 

'^ iingronnd 20 

Citrons and lUuds «f, lu briue^ tmr 

eaadying Free 

Car W>««Ia. 25 

Ctoye, in tlie natural state Free 

ChronoiHiiter Clock* .....3i 

Coal, AotliitMteaud Ilituinlne«i»,per 

2,(M0 Ike 50 cents per ton. 

Coke. Iter 2,000 lbs. .£0 cents per ton. 

Cordials ^.90 per Iiu*. gaL 

Concentrated Cane Juice, M^asses 
and Beet Boot Juice, and Concrete, 

}«««t«er tb.«n4 «/<««< 30 

Corn, Indiau. . . .7| ce; ts per bnsheL 
Com Huskers(flee Agrkultural lot- 

plemente) 25 

Cream of Tartar in crystals Free 

Caitivators and parta tkereof 25 

CoNiks (ludiaa Uubber) 25 

Cotton, nanufkcturers of; vie: 
Grev or unbleached, and bleached 
Sheeting Drills, Dticks, Cotton or 
Canton FUunels, not stained, paint- 
«d or printed ... .1 cent per square 

yard and C4f c«f U 

Do. Jeana, Deuims, Drillings, Bed- 
tiekiug, Oiaghanis, Plaids, Cotton 
or Canton Flannels, Dudes and 
Drilia, dyed or colored, Cottonades, 
P Ataloon StuKs, aad goods of like 

description 2 cents per square 

yard and 4M4t vol 15 

0«u A U Cotton, Wadding, Batting, 
Batts fuad Warps, Carpet Warpa, 
Knitting Tarn. Uoaiery Yam, or 
4tbcr Outtoa Tarns under No. 40, 
not bleached, dyed or colored. . . .2 

cents per lb. and ad vol 15 

Do. And if bleached, dyed or color- 
ed 3 «enta per lb. and ad tal. 15 

Do. Cation Warn on beams..! cent 

per .vHrd and M eci 15 

Do. Coi on Seaniless Bags. .2 cents 

per tb. aitd ai. vat 15 

Do. Cotton 8blru aad Drawers, 
iroven or made on franea, and on 

alt Cotton Hosiery 30 

Do. Cottan fte^r'g Thread on spools, 20 

Do. Cotton in hanks 12| 

Do. Clothing, or of which Cotton ia 
tbe component part of chief vidue, 

including Corsets 30 

Do. Cotton Duefc or Canvas of Hemp 
AX Flax, and 8ni1 Twine to be used 

f«T inniabi* «nd Hliiptt' sails 5 

Do. Otli«r not else wiiare specified.. 20 

Coial Facing 20 

Coloring 20 

C«MdenfMdMiik 20 

Cotton Ttvirtt 20 

Cotton Camlfe Wlek 20 

Cotton Netting for Boots, Shoes and 
(ilavm 10 



P. c. 

Cases, «»nuunenta] 25 

Caoutchouc, Bannlkoturaa of 85 

OaAe, green 2centaper lb. 

Goffise, green, if from thn U..8., Mi 

additional duty of 10 p. c 

Oa^be, rowMwd or grotttid, and init*- 
Uon of and aubatUutes for .. .5 eta. 

per lb 

Cotkn, if fk-om the U. S., an additional 

dfity of 10 p. c 

Copper, old and scrap, in pigs, In bare, 
rods, ^Its, ingots, sheets * sheath* 
ins, notplaulshwl or coated; Copper 
Wire, round or flat, and Copper 

Seamless Drawn Tubing 10 

Cordage, for bhipapurposaa 10 

" a11otfcer....,V7r:. M 

Copper Biveta and Burrs, and on all 
•lanufaetures of copper not else- 
where specified... 30 

Coaapoi>itio« Spikes and Naila, and 

Sheathing 20 

Compaises, ships* ,.... 20 

Cbromos ., 20 

CiikirideofLlme Free 

Criicibiew 20 

CofRn Trimmings of Metal 30 

Comeliati, umaanaCsctnred Free 

" when mauufoctured. 20 

Cochineal Free 

Cocoa Bean and Nibs Free 

Coin, Gold and Silver, except United 

States Silver Free 

Coir and Coir Tarn Free 

Coleothar, dry or Oxlda of Iron . . . .Free 

Collodion 20 

Conium CIreuta, or Hemlock, Seed 

and Leaf. .,;... Free 

Cotton Waste and Cotton Wool ..... Free 
Cork Wood or Cork Bark, unmanu- 
factured Free 

Cork Wood or Cork Bark, manufkc'd 20 
Colors, vlt: Bichromate of Potash, 
Blue Black, ChineRC Blue, Scarlet 
and l£arone in Pulp, Paris Green, 
Prussian Blue, Satin and flU 
waslied White, Ultrfmarine, Um- 
ber, raw Free 

Coutille Free 

Clocks, and parts of 35 

OtKil Tar and Coal Pitch 10 

Cocoa Nuts 11.00 per 100. 

Cocoa Paste aud Chocolate, not sweet- 
ened 20 

Cocoa .^aste fltid othei preparations 
of Cocca containing sugar . . , .1 ct. 

per lb. and ad val 25 

Chocolate, sweetened. . . .1 ct. per lb. 

and ad val 2H 

Caps, Perci bftion 20 

Candled, T dlow 2 cents per lb. 

" P«r8flneWax..6cts.perIb. 

** All Other 25 

Cornmef.l 40 cents per bbl. 

Curry Combs and Cuiry Carcu 30 

Crapea Cotton 20 

'" allother 30 



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rift^H, glKII««<i of lll)|<ltM«Hl 20 

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l>y(>ltttf w Tmiiitntt Arttplm in B 
cnMl* KtAt«>, nrt«>«' in <ljri><t«K or teim- 

ins, Itot «4iw5wli 10 KitticitlMit. Frop 

DrAWlMgit, iiAt In oil '20 

" in oil .%■. .1.11 ti'i till .. . 90 

I>rnKo, iM>t eUpwhor*' npfdflod *) 

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l>ne<l Flowura. .•«>.« > SO 

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Ei\rth«n«-nro And 8ton«w«r», Brown 
f>rl^>lmirail, nnd Koei<iiiKhKin Wftre 86 

KnrlhenwKro, Whiio Oramte or Iron 
8t<>newKre, and " O," or Or««m 
f Colored Ware 95 

FdMncefl, vIr : of Appl«, Petit, Pitio 
Apple, Riwphnrrjr, Str«wborrv, 
VftnillA, And other Fruita. . . .fl.W 
|>«)T Imp. ffal. And ad nrl 20 

Rnsonttal Oil* for timintf. mirpows. . 20 

Kxcelsior for I'plujistcrers iiso 20 

KjOI» ''f*6 

Enuvroidertod ndtelMwhei'e piVivldrnt 

K.r 20 

Emettf .;.;.. Free 

Barth, FitUer's (proptnMl) 20 

Rtrth CIOB*t8 .;. . . i ,\. 3R 

RnyrArinirs »nd Printe ....;..: 20 

Rntomohwy, spwiinnnauf Free 

Rtfiportn or Spanish Urasa, and other 
ffrau«K9 and piUp of, b>r the nmnu- 

f Aoture of i>ai«)r Free 

KvtnMt» of Logwood — Free 

Fm»c.t ChKHia, vir: AlAbaster, SpAr, 
Bf«'>ni!e, T^jn-a l>>ttavn'ComiH)8ittou 
Ornsinents ; articles cmbn^ldcrod 
with Uold, Silver, or other nKstals ; 
(\>ml>s and ManufacturM of Bone, 
Shell, Horn n«d Ivory ; Coral, 
manufactujVHl; IK^lls; Fi^^Scrotins; 
Hold and Silver Cloth ; lv«vy or 
lk>ne nice ; PcArl, Com|)osltlou 
xnd Mi"Ujfactun>8 of 20 

Fads, advortisiujf .10 

•• All others* ^ • • -!> 

Fell, adhesive, for Shenthlng Vewsfls* Ft-ee 

Felt (Woollen) for b»»ots and shoes, 
when impiirte«l hy the nianuftic- 
twrer* for use in their factories . . 15 

Fflit for i^ove linin^fs, aod endless 
felt tiw pvper makers, whei. im- 
ported by the n>inufactun;r» for 
usfi in their factories 10 



PMti otlier* not oli(>wher« R|M>ei(led . . M' 

Fibrin* Ftw> 

fibre, MexioAn free 

fibro, veiretable, fur itMh«fliutnrHi|r 

fiurpowM 1 Free 

Fire Olity f It« 

FiBh HaI* free 

flro Workt ao 

Fish Oil, And flih of All kindfl, tho 

rriHluco of tlie Fluheriort oT the 
'nited HtntCN (ex<i<ft Flrti of ftie 
inlAnil ItAkm and of the Kiverti 
fttlllnlj Into them, tind fish jno- 
nerved hi Oil) .ii.Free 

FiBlf i»rwierrtnl in Oil ■■i-/l, .'. iO 

Fish. Milted, Ninokcd or fresh, exc(>|>t 
flsh fn'c of dnty, ah provided by tlH> 
TreAty of WAHhIiijrtiMi . . 1 ct. |ier ll». 

Fish f?»)Ok«, Hetn nnil Solnon, Atid 
Line* and Twim« for tho tiso of the 
flihorioft, but not to IncltMte 9(x>ft* 
hiK llahinK tacklt; of hooks tfdth 
flies, or tnil'huc kikhihs Free 

Fisli, presenred, except frotn Tnited 
8t«tP8 io 

Flax Seed 10 v«iTt8 per tMiahcl. 

Flour of Bled ....... .2 cents per !b. 

Flour of llyo 50 cents |Hjr bbl. 

l-loiir of SiWii 2 con(>4 jier Ih. 

Flour of Wheat f50 cents jwr bbl. 

FcafJicrs. Ostrich and Vulture, utt- 
drt!8»c«l IB 

Feathers, Olrtrioh & Vulture, drc88o4 26 
" not elsewhere 9i>eolllcd . . 20 

Fire-brick or Tiles, for Itulnit stows 

, And ^tmAccs > 20 

Flax, fibm, scutched . . 1 oont per lb. 
•• •• hAc1tlcd..2 oohtaiierlb. 

Flax, tow of. scutched or green — | 
cent per lb 

Flax, tnattufUctures of, not elsewhere 
8|>ecitlvd 20 

Fruit, drtcil, Ai>ples. .2 cents per lb. 

tlruit, dried, Cvu"rant», Dates, Fip*, 
IMunis, Prunes, Raisins, nnd all 
other not elsewhere spccilted 25 

Fruits, greOii, Api>los . . 4u ets. jwr bbl. 

Fi'tiits, tfvouu, iiWklierries, Qoose- 
lierrios, Rtispberries and Straw- 
berries 2 cent* iwr quart. 

Fruits, irroen, C!)erri«8 and Curranta, 
1 cent per quart 

Fruits, grocn, ('rauborrie8..30 conts 
per bush 

Fruits, green, Orapes. . 1 ct. per lb. 
*' "' Lemons and Oranjri» . . 25 

Fmits, green, 1'eache.s W cents 

jHjr iMisli 

t'Vuita, jfrv4Mi, riums and Quiiiccj*, 
30 ivntH per bush 

Fruits in air-tight tans, Inclndini; 
cans. If 8\vet^t«noil .... 1} cts, per lb. 

Fruits tit atr-tight cutis, hiuludin;; 
cans, if i>ot fnveet'd. .2 cts. per I'v 

Fruits, preserved in Brandy or other 
{^pirlts .$1.90 per Imp. j(ai. 

Fur Skins, dressed 16 



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Fur Cain, CniHM, uhU, Cloak fi, II utit, | 
MuITh, TipitetM, and uthcr inMiiu- 
fActures iif 2ri 

Fur Hklnn u( all kimis, nut drosMttd 
In nny nianhur Pre« 

Furtiituro, Houro, ('ablnot or Office, 
inobulInK tlsiir ittid HwririK Mut- 
trniwiiii, Nliov. Ch'^ur. (JaiikatR and 
(!offlnn of ali^ uuiIvI'IhI 35 

Fiirlna. 2 ctR. per lb. 

Fnwl 20 

FimkI, tnfantM' 20 

KUH© 2(» 

Fliiitn and Ground Flint Stunca Free 

Kullae ni»fltnllH Free 

Foaallu Proe 

Gelatine 20 

<<inKer AIo 20 

Olaaa, and nianufooturea of, vtjt : 
Carboys and Demljohtia, I'reHSPd 
UottloR, Flanka aiul I'hinlH of every 
deaerlption, Telo^aph and Mt;ht.- 
nln^ Rod InsulaturH, and un Fruit 

Jars and GlaHH linlin 80 

On Lamps and Uas-lixbt Hhadee, 
Lamps and IiainpCblnniey8,01ob. a 
for Lanterns, Lamtieand Oas-iights 80 
On Ortiameiital, Fitrured Mid Kn- 
ainollvd Htalncd Oliwn ; btalnud, 
Tinted, Painted and Vitr!fludOlaf>a, 
and Htainod Glass Windows ; Fi|rur> 
ed, Enamelled and Obscured Wnlte 

Glass 30 

On Common and Ceiorless Window 
Gloss, and on Colorcit Glass, not 
Figured, Painted, Enamelled or 

EuKravod 20 

On all ' ther gloss and manufactures 
of Glass, not herein otherwise pro- 
vided for 20 

Gloves, Cotton and Lisle Thread .... 20 

" leather and Kid 25 

•• Silk 80 

" Woolen, 10 ctH. per lb. ad tal. 26 
Gas, Coal Oil or Kerotonu Fixtures, 

or |>arts thereof 80 

Glycerbie 20 

(}lue 20 

Gold, Silver and Electro-plated Ware 30 

Gold and Silver Leaf 20 

Gold Beatera' Brim-moulds Free 

Grains, viz : 
Indian Corn . .7J cents per bushel. 

Oats lu cents per Imshci. 

I'eas 10 cents per buHhul . 

Kice 1 cent per lb. 

Rye 10 cents \Kir nusbel. 

Wheat. . 15 cents per bushel. 

Gross and Tuscan, (Plaits) Free 

Gravels Fiee 

Grease and Scraps, for manufacture 

of Soap only Free 

Grease, Axle ; 20 

Grass, Manilla and Sea Grass Free 

Grindst^^tnes, in the rough $1.50 

per ton 



r. 0. 

Grlndatnnea 80 

Gum. Arable, Amiier, AustraUan, 
Itrltish, Copal, iMniar, MatUc, 
Handnrac, Hhollac, Tragncahth. , . . Free 
Gum Hliolliu', bl«)iu'lied and drawn ,. 20 

Gum, ('bowing, i~ ^ oetened 1 cent 

per ll>. and ml ml 86 

Ouin, all other not sweetened 20 

Gentian Ilo«(t Free 

Ginseng Hoot Free 

Guano and other animal and vegoia 

ble manures Free 

G<mny C]i;th and Gunny Bags Free 

Gut and Worm Gut, manufactured or 
unmanufactured for Whip, and 

other Cord Free 

GuCta Percha, Crude Free 

Gy|tsnm, rrudo(Kul|ihatc of Lime). .Free 

Gutta Percha, nianufauturoa of 26 

Gun and Pistol Cuiia , 20 

Gunpowder and otritfr explosives, vis: 
On Gun. Uiflc, and S(K«rting Pow- 
der, in Kvgs, half kegs or quarter 
kegs, and other similar pa(!kagea. 
5 eenta iter lb. ; on Cannon and 
Musket Powder, in kegs and bar- 
rels, 4 cents |ier lb. ; on Canister 
Powder, in |Hinnd and half-pound 
tins, 15 cents |>er lb. ; on Jilasting 
and Mining Powder, 8 cents per 
lb. ; on Giant Powder, Dualin, 
Dvnarhito and other explosives,, in 
wnioh nitro-glycertne is a constitu- 
ent nart, 5 cents per lb. and ad val, 20 
On NItro-glycerine, 10 cents per lb. 

and advd. 20 

Glucose or Orajie Sugar to be claaaed 
and rated for duty as sugar, accord' 
ing to grade by initch atandard. . . 

Qoldbo»«ers' Skins Free 

Glongan-y or Scotch Oapa 26 

H. 

Hair, Curled 20 

Honey, bees' in the comb, or other- 
wise 3 cents per lb. 

Hops cont»« per lb. 

Hair, manufactures of, not elsowhore 

specified 20 

Hair, Alpaca, Angola, Buffalo, Bison, 
Came)'8,(Joat, Hug, Horse, Human, 

unmanufiictiirod Free 

Hemlock Bark Free 

Hemp, undressed Free 

Hides, raw oi uncovered, whether 

diT-salted or r)K:kle«l Free 

Hoi^ra, horn and horntips Free 

HyosoynnniH or Honbane Leaf Free 

Hay and Strnw 20 

HiitH, Silk, Felt, 8traw, Chip & Orajss 25 

Hatters' i'lnsh of Silk or Cotton 10 

Hprns and i'elts Free 

Horse Shoes and Horse Shoe Nails. . 80 

Ho.siery oil Cotton and Silk SO 

Ho8ler3- of Wool 7J cents per lb. 

»nd ad val 20 

Hemp Rags, for maTre of patter only.Pree 
Hatters' Furs Tiot on the skin Free 



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Ice , 

India Rubber Boots and Shoed and 
Oiothinir, and all manufactures of 

Rubber 26 

India Rubber, unmanufactured — Free 

Indian Hemp, crude drujf Free 

Indigo Free 

Ink, writinsr 25 

Ink, other 20 

Iris, orris root Free 

Ivoiy and Ivory Nuts, unmanufact'd, Free 
Iron and manufactures of Iron, viz : 

Plg[ , 9Z per ton. 

Ola and'Scrap |2 por ton. 

In Slabs, Blooms, Loops or Dillets, 
puddled or not, ana Muck and 

Puddled Bard or Billets 124 

Boiler plate 12} 

In Bars, rolled or hammered, in- 
cluding; Fiats ronnd and squnred ; 
Nail and Spike Hods, and all other 
iron not elsewhere provided for. . . 
Rolled, round, Wire Rods In colls, 
under half an inch in diameter. . . . 
Iron Kails or Railway Bars for Rail- 

wap or Tramways 15 

Railway Fish-plates, Froffs, Frog- 
points, Chairs and Finger Bars . . . 17^ 

Tin Plates 10 

Band and Hoop Sheet, smoothed or 
polished, coated or ealvanized, and 
common or black, No. 17 gauge, or 

thinner 12* 

do. Under 17 gauge 17t 

Canada Plntes 12j 

Iron and Steel Wire and Galvanized 15 

Stoves and other Castings 25 

Qas, Water and Soil Pipes of Cast 

Iron 25 

Car Wheels and Axles 25 

Rolled Beams, Channel:! and Angle, 

and T Iron 15 

Iron Bridge and structural iron 
wot-k, malleable iron castings and 
iron safes, &nd doors for safes and 

vaults , 25 

Mill Iron and mill cranks, and on 
Wrouifhtforfjlngs for Mills, and Lo- 
-.comotives or parts thereof, weigh- 

•, ing 25 lbs. or more 20 

Locomotive Engines, and on Sta- 
tionary fire or other steam Engines 
or Boilers, and on other machinery 
composed of iron, or of which iron 
Is the component part of chief value 25 
Ijocomotive Tires of Stool or Besse- 
mer Steel in the rough 10 

Seamless drawn Boiler Tubes 10 

Bedsteads and other iron furniture 
and ornamental iron work, and 

wire work .' 25 

Skates and Locks of all kinds 30 

Tinned, glazed or Enamelled hollo- 
ware of cast or wroujjht iron 

Hardware, viz : Builders, cabinet 
mak's, upholsterers, carrVe mak's, 
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coffin trimminsrs of metal, Bolts, 
Washers and Rivets, T^cks, Brads 
and Sprigs, Hungarian and Clout 
Nails, Horse-shoes and Horse-shoe 
Nails, Iron Wire Nails, called 

Pointen de Paris 80 

Iron and Steel Screws, commonly 

called Wood Screws 85 

Scales, Balances and Welgh'g Beams 30 
Chain Cables, over half an inch in 
diameter, whether shackled or 

swivelled, or not 5 

Chain Cables, under half inch CO 

Nails and Spikes, wrought and 
pressed, whether galvanized or 

not } ct. per lb. and ad val. 10 

Nails and Spikes, cut..| ct. per lb 

and ad val 10 

Nuts (1 ron) . . 1 ct. per lb . and ad val. 10 
Iron Masts f<^' ohlps, or part« 

thereof Free 

Iron Tubing- (wrought) uot thread- 
ed or coupled 10 

Iron Tubing, threaded or coupled . . 20 

J. 

Jet, mamifactures of 20 

Jalap, Hoot Free 

Jewellery, and other manufactures of 
gold and silver, and on Watchea . . 20 

Junk, old Free 

Jute, manufactures of 20 

Jute, unmanufactured Free 



Kfclp Free 

Kyrollte Free 

Knittiqg Machines 25 

L. 

Lac, dye, crude, seed, button, stick 

and shell Free 

Laces, not elsewhere specified, except 

leather 20 

Lava, unmanufactured Free 

•• manufactures of 20 

Lakes, scarlet an^.marone, in pu'p. .Free 

Lampblack 20 

Lard, tried or rendered. .2 cts. per lb. 

" untried IJ cts. per lb. 

Lead, bars and blocks 10 

" pipe 26 

" old, pig, sheets and scraps 10 

" shot 26 

" manufactures of, not elsewhere 
specified 25 

" red and white, dry 5 

Leather Board 3 cents per lb. 

Leather, boot and shoe counterd . . . i 

cent per pair 

Leather, morocco skins, tanned, but 

rough or undressed 10 

Leather, sole, tanned, but rouifh or 

undressed 10 

Leather, sole and belting, tanned, but 

not waxed, and all upper leather. . 16 
Leather, sole and bolting, and all 

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amelled 20 

Leather and Skins, tanned, not else- 
where specified 20 

Leather, all other manufactures not 

elsewhere specifted 25 

Leather Boots and Shoes, and Leather 

Beltlnsr 25 

Leeches Free 

Lemons and Rinds of, in brine, for 

caudyiu(( Free 

Lime, Acetate of 20 

Lime 20 

Lime and Lemon Juice 20 

Linen 20 

Linen Thread 20 

Linen Duck, Canvas, Diapers, or 
other manufactures of Flax, not 

elsewhere specified 20 

Linen Clothing 20 

Linoleum . SO 

Liquorice Juice and Paste 20 

Liquorice Root Free 

Litharff e Free 

Lithot^^phic Stones, not engraved. . 20 
Litmus and all Lichens, prepared and 

nut prepared Free 

Locomotives and liailway Passencer 
Baggage and Freight Cars, being 
the property of railway companies 
in the United States, running upon 
any line of road crossir.g the fron- 
tier, so long as Canadian Locomo- 
tives and Cars are admitted free 
under similar circumstances in the 
United States, under regulations 
to be prescribed Ly the Mmister of 

Customs Free 

Logs and Round Timber, unmanufac- 
tured, not elsewhere provided fo^, Free 
Lumber, Plank and Boards, sawn, of 
boxw'd, cherry, chestnut, hickory, 
mahogany, oak, pitch-pine, rose- 
wood, sandalwood, walnut, Span- 
ish cedar and white wood, not 
shaped, planed or otherwise manu- 
factured . ., Free 

Lumber and Timber not elsewhere 
specified 20 



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Magnesia 20 

Mats and Matting of Cocoa or Coir 
Jute, grass, not elsewhere provided 

for 20 

Matches, wax "W 

Machinery not elsewhere specified . . 25 
Machineiy for Worsted and Cotton 
Mills of kinds not manufactured in 

Canada Free 

Machine-Card, Clothing 26 

Marble, finished, and un all manu- 
factures of Marble not elsewhere 

specified 26 

Marble in blocks from the quarry, in 
the rough or sawn on two sides 
only and not specially shapcn, con- 
taining fifteen cubic feet or over. . 10 



p. c. 
Marble Blocks and Slabs sawn on 

more than two sides 20 

Marble Slabs sawn on not more than 

two sides 15 

Madder and Munjeet or Indian Mad- 
der, ground or prepared, and ail 

extracts of. Free 

Malt 2 cts. per lb. 

Macaroni and Vermicelli 20 

Manure, animal and vegetable Free 

MauG and Charts 20 

Meiado.cuncentrated Melado, concen- 
trated Cane Juice, concentrated 
Molasses, concentrated Beet Root 

Juice and Concrete } ct. per lb. 

and aci v(i{ 30 

Meats, fresh or salted, on actual 
weight as received in Canada, (ex- 
cept Bacon, Hams, Shciilders and 

Sides) 1 ot. per >. 

Shoulders, Sides, Bacon and Hams, 
fresh, salted, dried or smoked.. 2 

cts. per lb 

All other Dried or Smoked Meats, 
or meats preserved m any other 
way than saltetl or pickled, not 
otherwise specified . . .2 cts. per lb. 
Medicines, Proprietary, commonly 
called Patent Medicines, or any 
medicine or preparation of which 
the reci])e is kept secret, or the 
ingredients whereof are kept secret, 
recommended by advertisement, 
bills or label for the reMef of any 
disorder or ailment, in liquid form 50 

Medicines, Patent, other 25 

Menageries. Horses, Cattle, Carriages 
and Harnesses of, under regula- 
tions to be i^rescribed by the 

Mmister of Customs Free 

Mercury 20 

Metal, and manufactures of, not else- 
where provided for 20 

Medals of Gold, Silver or Copper. . . .Free 

Meerschaum, crude or raw Free 

Meerschaum, manufactures Of 20 

Mica 20 

Mica Waste » 20 

Mineral and Aerated Waters 20 

Mineral and Bituminous substances, 

not elsewhere provided for 

Millinery, not elsewhere provided for 
Molasses, if used for refining, clarify- 
ing or rectifying purposes, or for 
the manufacture of sugar when 
imported direct from the country 

of growth 25 

Molasses for the same purpose as 
above,' and not imported direct 
from the country of growth and 

production 30 

Molasses, when not so used, and 
imported dirert from the country 

of growth and production 15 

And when not imported direct 
r.oni the country of g;|X)Wth and 
production .1. 20 




Morphine 



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Nets, Lines, Twines, Bo|»e, Hooks, Leads, Corksreod, 



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P.O. 

Models of Inventions and other Ini- 
pntvomeiitt) in the Arts, but no 
article or articles shall be deemed 
a inixlel or improvement which 

can be fitted for u»e Free 

Moss, Iceland ft other Mossoa, crude. Free 
Mo*}, seaweed and ail other vege- 
table substances nued for beds of 
iratrusses, in their natural state or 

oalj' cleaned Free 

Mu^:ical Instruments, not elsewhere 
si^ecffled, to be rated according to 

chief value of utatnrial 

MunJeo<. Free 

Mustard Seed, unground 15 

" «• ground 25 

Newspapers received by mail Free 

Nicltel Free 

Napkin Rmgs, not plated 20 

plated 30 

Nuts of all kinds, except Cocoa Nut. 20 
Nut Galls Free 

O. 

Oats 10 cts. per bushel 

Oatmeal | ct. per lb. 

Oak Bark Free 

Oakum Free 

Ochres, dry, ground or unjfround, 

washed or unwashed . 10 

Oil Paintings 20 

Oil Cake Free 

Oil Cloth for floors, stamped, paint- 
ed or printed 30 

Oil Cloth for tables, carriages, &c. . . 20 
Oils, Linseed or Flax Seed, raw or 

boiled 26 

Coal and Kerosene, distilled, puri- 
fied or refined, Naphtha, Benzole, 
Petroleum, Products of Petroleum, 
Coal, Shale and Li(>nite, not else- 
where spe'Mfled, 7 1-5 cts. per I. gal 
Carbolic or Heavy Oil used in the 
manufacture of wood block pave- 
ment, and of wood for buildings 

and railroad ties , . . 10 

Cod Liver, medicated. Lard, Neats- 
foot, Olive or Salad, Sesame Seed, 

and Sperm 20 

Whale in casks on shipboard, and 
in the condition in which it was 

first landed Free 

Castor 20 

Vegetable, not elsewhere specified 20 
Fish Oil, the produce of the fisher- 
ies of the United States Free 

Cocoa Nut and Palm in their natu- 
ral state Free 

Volatile or Essential, for manufac- 
turing purposes 20 

Not elsewhere specified iO 

Opimn, Drug 20 

Opium, prepared for smoking 

95 per lb. 



P.O. 
Organs. Cabinet, vi«. :— 
On Rued Organs having not more 
than two si^ts of reeds.. 810 each 

and ad val 10 

Over tuo sets and not over four. . 

915 each and ad val 10 

Over four and not over six.. 920 

each and ad oal 10 

Over six sots. .980 each and ad vol 10 

Ores of Metal of all kinds Free 

Ornaments for ladies' head-dresses, 
hats, bonnets, l>ulv«, dress cla8))s, 
&c. , to bo rated uccordmg to the 
material or com|»onent part of 
chief value. 

Osiers Free 

Oysters in cans, fresh from cot ntries 

other than tiie United States ^0 

Preserved, from countries other 

than the United Stated 20 

Fresh in can from United States. .Free 
Shelled <n bulk from U. S Free 



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20 
30 

20 

25 



Packages— For rate of duty 
see resolution No. 1. 

Paintings, Drawings, Engravings and 
Prints 20 

Paints and Colors not elsewhere spe- 
cified 

Paper HanijingH and Wall Paper. . . . 

Paper of all kinds not elsewhere spe- 
cified 

Paints and Colours ground in oil or 
any other liquid 

Paper, Manufactures of, including 
Envelopes, not elsewhere specified 25 

Paper Window Shades, and for lining 
trunks 30 

Paper, Sand, Glass and Emery 20 

Union collar cloth Paper in sheets 
not shaped 10 

Paper, Millboard, not straw 10 

Calendered 22i 

Collars, Cuffs and Shirt Fronts. ... 25 

Papier Machd, manufactures of 25 

Palm Leaf, unmanufactured Free 

" manufactured 20 

Pease, Split 20 

Paintings, in Oil, by artists of wnU- 
known merit, or copies of the old 
masters by such artists Free 

Perfumery, including Toilet Prepa- 
rations, Hair Oils, Tooth and other 
Powders and Washes, Pomatums, 
Pa.stes and other Perfumed Prepa- 
rations used for hair, mouth or skin 30 

Pearl, Mother of, uimianufactured. .Free 
" " manufactured .. .. 20 

Persis or Extracts of archill and cud- 
bear .J Free 

Pencils, Lead, i.i'wood or oUierwisa. 25 

Philosophical Instruments and Appa- 
ratus, including Globes when im- 
E)rted by and for the use of col- 
ges and schools, scientific and 
literary societies Free 



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Free 

resses, 
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lifled 25 
iniuj; 
... 30 
... 20 
lieets 
... 10 
... 10 
.. 22J 
».... 26 

25 

— Free 
.... 20 
... 20 

1 old 
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Phoaphortu Free 

Plcklea «nd Sauoee 20 

Pipe Orgnne, nnd Mts or p«rte of 
HctH of Reeda for Cabinet Orifans . . 2ft 

Pitch (Pine) Free 

i'ipe Clay, pretwred 20 

Picture Frames 36 

Pianofortes, viz. i— 
All square pianofortes, whether 
round oomered not; not over seven 
octaves.. $25 eadi and a^fwi/..;... 10 
All other square pianofortes.. <il30 

each and ad val 10 

Upright pianofortes. .980 eaob and 

ad val 10 

Concert, sMui-oonoert or parlor 
grraiid pianofortes.. $50 eaon and 

ad val 1 10 

Pianofortes, parts of 26 

Pins and Hooks and Eyes 20 

Pipes, briar root and all other 20 

PlouKhs 26 

Plumlmiro 10 

" manufactures ^of 20 

Playing Cards 80 

plaster of Paris, not ground nor cal- 

.led Free 

Plants, vis.:— Fruit, .Shade, Lawn 
and Ornamental Trees, Shrubs and 

Plants 20 

Plated Ware, Gilt Ware, u ud £lcctro- 

plute Ware of all kind.i 30 

Plates engraved on Wood and on 

Steel or other metal 20 

Plaster of Paris or Oypeum, ground. 20 
Plaster of Paris, caiunied or manu- 
factured 15ct«. per lOOlbs. 

Porcelain Lamp Shades 20 

Pomades, Frenjh or flower Odor, 
preser^ied in fat or oil for the pur- 
t'ose of conae|-ving the odors of 
flo vers which do not bear the heat 
of distillatk>n, when in))M>rted In ' 
tins not less than ten pounds eaeh 15 

Printing Presses of all kinds 16 

Precipitate of Copper . . Free 

Prepared Vegetables, not elsewhere 

specified 2( 

Pumice Stone, ground or pqwdered . . 2( 

Pumice and Pumice Stone Free 

Putty ...,.^«. 26 



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Quills .,j».j.._,,«,^,^. 

(Quinine, Sulphate of .'. f^^.^. 20 

J» 'Vlfl TOT 

Rags of cQtton, linen, jute and hemp, 
paper waste or dippings, and vtrasie 
of any kmd flt only for manufacture 

of paper Free 

Rattans, unmanufactured. Free 

" manufactured .<...^^..... 20 

Reeds tot Organs. ..... ... '. 25 

" unmanu^ctured .;,. ^ ....... . Free 

Rennet, raW. or prepared ,1 . , « Free 

Rhubarb Root Free 

Rice 1 ct. per lb. 



r. c. 
Rice and Sago Flour. . . .2 cts. per lb. 

Rosin Free 

Rooflng Felt 20 

Rye loots, per bosh. 

8. 

Safes of Iron 26 

Saffron and Soffluwbr, aud extract of .Flree 

Saffron Cake Free 

Sago 20 

Sago and Rice Flour — 2 eta. per lb. 
Sails, ready-made, for boats, ships, 

awnings and tents 26 

Sal Ammonia Free 

Sal Soda Free 

Salt, (uxccut Salt imported from the 
United Kingdom or any Rritisb 
po88C88ion, or imported for the u^o 
of the Sea or Gulf Fiithcrios, which 
■shall be free of duty,) in bulk .... 
Sets per 100 P 8 
Salt, in bags, barrels and other pack- 
ages 12 cts. per 100 lbs. 

Salt imported from the United King- 
dom or any British possession, or 
imported for the uhc of the Sea jr 

Gulf Fisheries , Free 

Saltpetre 20 

Sand F^ee 

Sausage Casings 20 

Oeeds, viz. : —Flower, Garden, Field 
and other Seeds, for agrkultural 
purposts, when in bulk or in large 

parcels ^, 16 

Seeds in small papers or parcels. ... 26 
Other, not elsewhere spccifled. . , . . 20 

Senna in Leaves ,. .,. ^^K 

Settlers' effects, viz. : — "], 

Wearing Apparel, Household FuTj- 
uiture, Professional Books, Iiitple- 
ments and Tools of Trade, oecupa- 
tion or employment, which the 
settler has had in actual use for at 
least six months before rc'mpvjUto 
Canada, not Ut include ma^nuie^y 
or live stock, or other arUvlef im- 
iMuried for lise in any manufactttii- 
iiig establishment or for sale. Pro- 
vided that any dutiable article en- 
tered as Settlers'^£ffects, shall no$ 
be sold or otherwise disposed of 
without payment , of duty until 
after two y'rs' . rual use in Cwaaft<F|Cee 
Semaphore Wire, and Fencing Wire. 21^ 
Sewing Machines, whole or heads, 011,,-., 
|)art8 of heads of sewing machiudfl, 

$2 each and ad val , 

Sewing Machines, parts of . !> 

Shawls, Indian or ParamatU^ Paisley 

and Cashmere : 20 

Sheet Music 6 cts Dj^ lb. 

Shells, manufactured '....,•, 20 

l^ips and other Vessels, built in any. , 
foreign country, whether steam or 
sailing Vessels, oit appliqation for , 
Canadian Register, on the fair 
market value of the hull, rigfUig, ■. 
machinery and all appliances.... 



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Hilox or C'ryataliuil (^uarti Fre* 

bilk VtilvcU, aiiil all iiiauufi>'!tttr«^of 
8ilk, nr jf whloh Hllk In th« ooni- 
|)oneMt part of chief vuhie, itot 
elaewture H|>ociflod, (uxcopt C'hur* li 

VMU^oiita) 30 

Silk in ihe irtini, not mons (tdvHncud 
than iiinflrl.%, and thrown or^nctar 1ft 

Sine, 8«win(r, and Silk T> iut 2ft 

Kaw or an roolod from the Cocoon, 
not boinq; doiiWed, twisted, or wl- 
vanuod in manufiictnro In nny way, 

Silk CoooonH and Hllk Waste .Kroc 

Silver Coin, United 8t;it08 20 

Snporphosnhato of lilnie 20 

'Sihor Leaf 20 

Hilvur, German, in eheets , 10 

t-\lu»f« of Soda Fi ce 

Skalos uf nil kinda. . 30 ' 

SkinH, undrcJBcd, drio^I, laltod or 

pickled Free 

Slate for roofing. 20 

Slato Mantels aO 

Sl:ito Stubs, square o^ In dpopial 

shapcti 20 

Sl.ites for Writing and f(»r Schoolr ... 25 

Snuff 25 cts. per lb. and a<i in L 12i 

S<)ap, common, brovn and yellow, 

not perfumed 1 ctl per lb. 

: Soap, castllo and white. 2 cts. i>er lb. 
Saddlers, Silver, Soft, and Suap 

Stock 20 

Softj), perfumed or Toilet 30 

Soda, Ash Free 

Soda, Caustic. Free 

Soda, Nilre of, or Cubic Nitre Free 

tpectaclcjt (u^l ii^'e Qlaiiscs oi all 

kinds.... 20 

Spelter lo bloclts or plgfs 10 

•dpices of all kinds, evrc|/l Nntmc)fs 

and Mace, unjrround 20 

Spicee of all kiads, except Nutmegs 

and Mace, jjround 2ft 

Maces and NutmO}!:s 25 

Spirits tind Strong Waters, not hav- 
ing been sweetened or ir.i.«ed with 
any art clu, so that the do;;ree of 
etrenjfth cannot be ttscertaincd by 
Syke^ Hydrometer, for every Im- 
perial gallon of the strenjjth of 
f)ropf by such Hydrometer, and 3u 
n proi)ortion for atij' yroatcr or 
less strent^h than the strength of 
pro- /f, and for every greater or less 
quantity than a galU)n, vi?;. : - 
Geneva Gin, Rum, '<Vhlskey and 
uneniunerated articles of like 

kinds $1.32i jier I. gul. 

" iimitdy $1.4.5 per I. gal. ' 

" Old Tom Olh . .«1.32.i per I. gal. 
'' <»weetened and mixed, 6o tJiat 
the strength cannot be as-.ertained 
'■ as aforesaid, viz. :— Rum-Shrub, 
Cordials, Schlorkvm Schnapps. 
Tafla-Bitters tnd unenumerated 
articles of likekfnds, f 1 .90;)er I. gal 



p. c. 

SpiiilH not «Ia«v^h« re siicclfled 

•liW) |)flr 1, «&!< 

" Mh|Mirted Into Oanoda, niixod 
with any In^-utliontor InifriNiioiits, 
and alt'iDUK.. iboreby coming nn- 
'^0' the (l'jnoiniiiaM)in of I'roprie- 
tiry ModiciiiuH, Tiiiutnren, Kasvn- 
ces, Kxt'Ki'tM or any oUwr donomU 
nation not elfitwHore »\^: '.(\wi, 
shall be, ncvi rtitelt^iM, H'.ien)0d 
"Spirits or Mtronjf Wnters," and 
subject to dut' as such. .#1.00 |)er 

* Imp. gal '. 

Spirits, porfumeu, iV Coln)pne Water, 
In bott!»t> or fk.«k8 not weighinif 
more tliaii four niinoes sxih ...... 40 

Spirit*, perfumed, & Cologne Water, 
in l)ottleH, fluskHor otbur |>ackage9 
woii(hin/ iiioru than four ounces 
each, .^1.00 per lm*,>. g.^i. andaM m*it 90 

Sl>ongeH 20 

Starch, Includ'g FariiMv, Corn Starch, 
or Floor, and nil pr(>pH<"itioiiH hav 
Ing tht; (|uali(;les (' i-Jt-xrch, 2 c. p. lb. 

Stationery of all kinds i>ot elsewliere 
HjHH;lflod 20 

Steel and Manufactures of, vii : 
Stuel in ingots, bars, sheets and 
' >ils (and railway barH or rails, and ' 
f sh plates) tree until. ('a)iuary, 1881. 
Shovels, Sjimles, Hoes, hay, manuie 
« id jx" (too Forks, Kakcsand Hake 
Iv'cth, ' 'arpcntcrw', Coopers', C.v 
W:' "t 'iukors', and all other Me- 
dial r/ 1V>oU, Fkigo Tools of every 
dos( ptloii; Including;' Axes, Mower 
ana i.leii,iei" Knives and Cutter bars, 
Alls, Scythes and Saws ^1 aU kinds, 

and on Steel Skates ; .1 80 

C" Fi.uarms, via ! Muskets^ tlK<es, 
i>lsk;ul8, and Shot Quihs^ and on all 
ni.iiiufjuitures of Stoe), and of Iron 
and Steel, not elsewhere siwoiflcd, 20 
Knife Ulades or Knife Blanks, in 
the rough, unhandled, for use by 
El. ct'o-j)laterfl '..,.■ 10 

Sterootvp ,i ani Klerit'otypesforcom- 
mcnial blanks ai.d iidvertlHenienis 20 

8tereoJ.>"pe8 ainj Stoctrotntes of Stan- 
dord Hooks '. 10 

StoiU;, viz : nnigh Freesto! Sand 
Stonjand .ill building Stoni;, excot 
Marl.lu . . $1 per ton'of 13 cubic f'^et. 

Stone, Water, Lime or Cement Stone, 
§1 per ton 

Stone for building and dreosed Free- 
stone, except Marble, and on all 
mamifacttire.'j of Stone or Granite.. 20 

Springs (S'veel) ....',". 30 

Straw 20 

Sugars and S,>Tup3, via : 
Sl|gai above number li, Dutch 
Stand.^rd in color. .1 fct. fwrlb, ftiid 

ad ml , ,. . 35 

Sugar equal to number and n6t 
above number II, Dutch Standard, 
f of 1 ct. per lb. and ad val 30 



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Aiiifar bulow No. ft, Uutcb HUndard, 

!ct. iMtr ll», and uU vnl 80 
'rovidod tUut thoa(f voloretiniuiy 
sliall )m) levied uiid colloctvd on 
Hiitrar and irwlwlo whan Ini|>urt4id 
diruct (rum i)w country vt K>'uWh 
luid iHTuduvtiun, u|iQii th«t fiilr ' 
market value th«r«K>f a\, tho plovs 
9I purvlmiiu, wlthuui Any addition 
for lh« ooHt o{ iiuKHliotulii or other 
)iacknKeit,'nr othur uhartiaa aiiu 
ox[i«im>H Vfior to Hbipinent, any* 
thintruoutaluud in iMutioii 84 of the 
A«t 40 Victoria, chitptcr 10, to the 
contrary notwiuiBtanditiie. 
Nui;ar Oaiidy, .b.uwn and whit**, 
and CkmfeuUonery. . .1 cunt ]Hsr lb. 

«n«I nd vnl 85 

Hyrupr, Oaufl Julc6, Keflned tiyrup, 
Ktl^'nr•bQU«e Hynip, Hynipof Hu^rar, 
Hvrup of MolaHMCH or SorirhunD . . .ft ' 

of 1 «t. |>9r lb. artl ad lYt/.. 80 

Hyrup of Olucosu. .^ ct. pur lb. and 

a<l ml .^ 8.5 

, Kulpliur, in roll or flour Frcb 

' Kuniac 20 

Sunday Suhuol.aitU Dovoiioiial Corda 80 
Surjjficul and Drtntal Instrumonta. ... 20 

- ■ *» ii !<■ tnO; 

VainarUta*. .,>«,.» 25 

' Tallow , 1 ut> p ;r lb. 

Tampluo, white and black ........... Free 

Tiinners' Bark .,..'....,... Free 

TuTklMne... ,.. i....Freo 

Term-Jauonica, ....,.,., ^ , , , , . Free 

. Tea-lilacK. .2 cts. per lb. and ad val. 10 

and 10 i)er ct. addltVfnul when ini- 

portifid from the U. S. 
. Tea, Qn$Qtt. .3 uta. ))erlb. andxld val. 10 

an^ ip. ins ct. iM'ditional wh«u iai> 

ported from the II. .^. 

Teasels '.-■ Free 

Tin; In bar* blooks or ply*, plates 

and sheets i.u. . «... 10 

I Tinware, Sbmipod & Japanned Ware, 

nod 01) all nianufauturus of Tiu not 

elsewhere specif!' 1 25 

Tin Plates lO 

-Tdbttcco' Pi|)te^ , , . , .....;.'» ........ 20' 

Tobiicco manufactured and Simff . . 25 

0. per lb. tMdad'vai 12^ 

Tobacco, umnanirfactured for Excfse 

purposes, under conditions of Act 

.HI Vic, Cap. 51 : ..;..........'.',.. Free 

Tortoise and other Shells, unnuvnli- 

, fa«tured.. ...... ;.. .. Free 

5 Toys, to bc' rated accurdinor to the 
' material or component i>art of chief 

» value 5 

Travellers* Uu;ga«;e, under rea^ula- 

tlhns to be prbscribed by the 

Minister of Giistoms Free 

.Treenails Free 

Tripoli 20 

'Trunks, Satchels, Valises and Carpet 

, Bags 25 

Turmeric ; Free 



r. c. 

Turt)ent*n«-. raw ur c-riMla • ..free 

Tur|Hjntiiiu, 8plrfU of •.. .. SO 

Turtlw Free 

Twines, iiMuiufactured of flax, not 

otbcrwi>io ii|K!citlod S6 

Type for I'rinUntf £0 

Typo Metal ,, 10 

V. 

Varnish, black and bdKht, for •Mpe' ' 

UHei. ....... . . t Frau 

VarnlMh not •laewherv •p«df)fld..80 

dd per Imp. Kal. and ad val 90 

VeKctabloa, via : 

PotatoeM , . 10 eta. per btiah. 

Tomatoea 80 ota. per buah. 

Alluther 20 

Vonoora of Wood, Ivory, Ae., sawn 

only 

Vinegar 12 ■jtM. |ier Imi>. gai. 

Vitriol, Ulud Free 

Vises. ••«itl»w.>«i« >(.■... ,|« (Vtt , a . • . 80 

'w. "■■ , 

WnHhers, Boltn, Ac, of Iron ...... .. SO 

Walnut* ao 

Wax, bees, Parafllno und other. . . . ao 
Wox, manufactures of, notelsewhera 

s|H!cifh)d. 1 ao 

WntcheH, Watch. lloVementa and 

Watch Cases 80 

Wher'. .15 eta. per bua'i. 

Wheat FlMU- 50 ct4. per bbl. ' 

Whi j)6 28 

Whltinjf or Wbitcnlngr Free 

Whalebone, unmanufactured Free 

Whalebone, manufacturea of 20 

Willow for Baakot Makers Free 

Willow Basketa 25 

Willow Fumiturei d 8ft 

Wire (Uotb of Bmaa or Copper 20 

Wire Bii^K^nir for ships and vassela. .Free 

Wire Work (Iron). 25 

Wines of all kinds, except SparkUnfr 
Wiiles, including finger. Orange, 
Lemon, Strawberry, tLamfberri', 
Blder and Currant Winee, ooutain- 
in^ twenty-six per cent or less of 
8})irits of the strength of proof, by 
Syke's Hydrometer, import«d in 
wood or in bottles, (six quart and 
tSvolve jilnt 'bottles to be held to 
contain an Imperial gallon) 25 uts. 

per I. <^l. and ad val 30 

Cont*g*27pc, 28 c. per I gal ti ad vol 30 



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Wlnw, OlumtiKipM mwi afl other 
Sparkling WinMin bottlM,cf)iitain- 
iiig cftuh not nM)re than uiio quurt 
and mor* than one pint.. 18 |i«r 
doi. and ad vol 80 

Wlitea, Chaniiia(rn«, and all other 
Sparkling Winta, In buttlea, oon- 
talninif one half plat each or leas, 
76 fta. p> ir dos. b«)ttlea and ad vat SO 

WInoa. Bparkllnif, In bottle*, run- 
talning each not more than a pint 
and more than one hall pint. .tl.ftO 
per dos. and ad vol 30 

Winea, Sparkllnir. bottles containing 
more tnan one quart each, Bhail 
pay in addition tc three dcllan 
per doien bottles, at the rate of 
one doUiir and fifty conta per Im- 
perial galloa on the quantity In 
exceee of one quart (ler bottle, 

fl.60 per I. gal. and ad val 30 

But any Liquors iin|M>ried undor 
the name of Wine, and containing 
more than forty per oeut. of spirits 
of tho strength of proof by 8yke1i 
Hydrometer, Hhall Iw rated for duty 
as unenumerated Spirits. .#1.00 (ler 
I. gal. 

Wool, unmanufactured. Hair of the 
Alpaca goat and other like ani- 
mals Free 

Wool Free 

Wool and Woollens, Manuf'resof, viz: 
Wool, Worsted, the Hair of the 
Alpaca gnat or other like animals, 
viz. :- Shawld, blankets and flRn- 
nels of every description, not else- 
where 8i)ecifled, cloths, doeskins, 
cassimeres. tweods, coatings, over- 
coatings, cloakings, felt cloth of 
every descriptioTi, not elsewhere 
specified, horse collar cloth, yam, 
knitting yarn, fingering y^rn, 
worsted yarn under No. .SO; Knitted 
Goods, viz. :-~ahirte, drawers and 
hosiery of every description, 7^ cts. 
per lb. and ad val 20 



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Clottilng readjr-nMde, anil wearing 
apparel uf e\'ery desertption ; cloth 
ua|>s ooni|Ktsed wholly or In ymrX ci 
Wool, worsted, the hair of the Al< 
pnua goat < / other like animals 
uiailn up or manufactured wholly 
•>r in part by tailor, seamstress or 
manut.xcturer, exoe|H knit fgoods, 

10 otA. |)er lb. and ad vol 36 

All munrfsrturesnomposed wholly 
or in |.«rt of wool worsted, the hair 
of ths Alpaca goat or other Hke 
animals, not herein otherwise pro- 
vided for to 

Treble ingrain, three ply and two 
ply carpets composud wholly of 
wool, 10 ots. per wiuure yard, and 

ad val 20 

Two ply and three ply ingrain ear- 
pets, of wlilrh the wMrp in composed 
wholly nf cotton or other material 
than wool, worsted, the hair of the 
Alpaca goat or other like animals, 
ft cts. |ier square yard and ad val. . 20 
Wcollcn Nutting, for boots, shoes 
and gloves 10 

Wood, and Manufactures of Wooden 
Ware, viz.:— 

Pails. Tubs, Chums, Brooms, 
Brushes and other Manufactures 
•f Wood not ekiewhere mentioned 26 
Hubs, Spokes, Felloes and Wheels 

(rough) 20 

Lnniber and Timber not elseMhere 
specified 20 

Winceys 20 

• Y. 

Yeast 20 

Yellow Metalt In bolts, ban, and for 
sheathing • . .'.free 

Z. 

Zinc, in pigs, blocks, and sheets,. ... 10 

Zinc, seamless drawn tubing 10 

Zinc, Manufactures of, not elsewhere 
specified 26 



All goods not enumerated in this Act or any other Act as charged with any 
duty ef Customs, and not declared free of duty by this Act or some unrepealed 
Act or provision, shall be charged with a duty of twenty per cent, ad valor*'in. 
when imported into Canada, or taken out of warehouse for consumption therein, i 

The following articles are prohibited under a penalty of 200 dollars and forfeitiire 

of Packages in which same may be found, viz : 
^ Books, Printed Papers, Paintings, Drawings, Prints,. Photographs or repre- 
sentations of an.\ kind of a treasonable or seditious, or of an immoral 
or indecent character. .i.' 

Coin, base or counterfeit. 

The following articles being the natural products, or the nunufactures of the 
colony of Newfoundland, are exempted from Custunu duty when imported 
into Canada, viz. : — 

Fish, fresh, dried, salted or smoked. ... 

Fish-oil and all products of fish. 

Seal-oil. 

Atdmals of All kinds. 



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MEDICAL REGISTER. 



Published under and by the futlinritv of the Medical Board, in act'ord- 
nncc with Chan. 25 uf tlie Revised Statutes of Nova ScotU, Fourth Hvriea,' 
1879. 

PiioviNCiAfi Mkoicai^ n<>ARP.— Dr. C. C. Hamilton, Prtmlent; 
Or R. 8 Hlaol<, Trtiunrrr ; I>r. Edwani Fnrrell. JUyittmr; Dr. W. N. 
Macdonald, Dr. I-'dwanl •luiiniiigH, oinHnuted for lift; htt Provincial 6W«rn- 
rnent. Hon Dr. Piirlter, Dr.'W. N. wickwir*". Dr. Jolin Somers, Dr. John 
F. IIIhcI^, (ipfHjinted fw three yettra by Medical Society nf N. 8. 

Medical Kxaminkkh.— Dr. K. S. IM-ick, Dr. Edw. Jcuomgs, Dr. A. P. 
Reid, Dr. D. McN. Parker, Dr. T. R. Alinon. ', ,^ 

Matkiculation Examinkks.— Rev Principal Rosa, Rev Edward F. 
Murpliy. 

Almon Hon W. J , M.D, Olai«Kow. 1888. Halifax City. 

A«ldliiigton Robt., M D, Kdiii., M R.('.8 B., 1857, Sacl(v:lle, Halifax. 

Aitken (!liarle«C., M.D, Harvard, Mass., I.,unenbtir);. 

Almon Thou. R., M.D, Coil Phy & Surg, N. Y, Long leland Coll, 1866, 

Halifax Citv. 
AnflrewB C. F, M.D, Harvard, 1868, CHledonia, Queens. 
Allen D C, M.D. JefTMed Coll, Phil, 1876, Amherst. Cumberland. 
Bond .losi'ph B, Member Med Soc of Philadelphia. 1829, Yarmouth. 

* Black RufiiH 8.. M D, Edin, L.K.C.S.E. »836, Halifax City. 
Brown Saml D. MD. Uni ofPenn, 1848, Mnitland, Hants. 

Bii.goy Cteo Thos, M.D, Uni of N Y, M.I.'.C.S. E«p.1849, Annapolis. 
Barton Wm J, M.D, Coll Phy & Surg. NY, 1858, Pubnlco, Yarmouth. 
Bingav John M, M D, Harvanl, Mass, 1863, Tunket, Yarmouth. 

* Burns S V, M.D, Belle\ uo Hosp Med Coll. N. Y, 18«4, Shelbume. 
Barss Alex DeW, M D, Edin. 18U4, VVolfville, Kmgs. 

Bissett Henry E, »!.D, Col Phy & Surg, N. Y, 1865, Port H«wke8bury, 

Inverness. 
Burgess F. N. M.D, Harvard, Macs, 1865. Cheverie, Hants. 
Black C. A, M.D, Uni of Penn, 1867, Amherst. CumberlanJ. 
Black J. B, M.D, Uni of Penn. 1866, Windsor, Hants. ' 

Burgess (Jeo 0, M D, Coll Piiv & Surg, N. Y, 1866, Somerset, Kinga. 

* Buckley (ieo E, M.D, JeflFiVfed Col, Phil. 1867, GuyMiyro'. 
Bell (ieo, M.D, Harvard, Mass, 1868. Barrington, Shelburne. 

* Black .John F, M.D, Col Phy & Surg. 1808, Halifax City. 
Borden F»ed W, M.D, Harvard, Mass, 1^68. Canning, Rings. 
Bent Willirtm H, M.D, Hanard, Mass, 1869, Argyle. Yarmouth 
Barnabv Gidt-on, M.D, Harvard, Mass, 1872, Petite Riviere, T.unenburg. 
Burns thos Mitchell, M.D, Bellevue Hosp Med Col, N. Y, 1864, Lockeport, 

Shelburne. 
Bowles E. P. M.D, Col Pl.v & Surg, N. Y, 1874, Wolfville. Kinga. 
Balcom Parker N, M.D, Uni of N. Y, 1875, Aylesford, Kings. 
Bent Charles, M.D, Uni of Penn, 1847. Truro, Colchester. 
Bethune John T, M.D, Halifax Med Col, 1875, Baddeck, Victoria. 
Best Fredk, M.D, Uni of Penn, 1876, Burlington, Hants. 

* Beck with J. K, registered under Sec. Hi ot Medical Act, 1876, Lockeport, 

Shelburne. 

* Campbell Duncan M.D, Harvanl, Mass, 1869, Port Hood, Inverness. 
Coolie Janies R, M.D. Hnr'ard, Mass, 180J>, River John, Pictou 
Cameron Thos JT, M.D. Harvanl, Mass, 1865, River John. Pictou. 

CI rl.e Augustus F, M.D, Harvanl, Mass, 1869, Parrsbyro', ('uniberland. 
Cameron Wm M, M.D, Col I'hy & Surg, N. Y, 1872, Halifax City. 

Names marked with an t have paid their subscription to tlie ftinds o( tlie Board. 



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Chase Tho9 O, M.D, Uni of N. Y, 1873, St Mai^arets Bay, Halifax. 

* Campbell Donald. M D, Dalhousie College, 1874, Halifax City. 
ChiAhnlm Donald, M.D.. Dalhoiisie Co!le>;e. 1874, Jiidique. Invernesa. 
Cox Robinson, M D, Dalhousie Collefi;e, 1875, Upper StewiAcke, Colchester. 
Campbell John O. M.l\ UniofPenn, 1876, Goose River, Cumberland. 
Clarke Jas Jackson, regisf^red under Sec. 37 uf Medical Act, 187G, Har- 
rington, Shelburne. 

Cunningham Notman F, M.D, Bellevue Hotp Med Col, N. Y, 1877, Dart- 
mouth, Halifax. 
Chisholm Murdoch, M D, McGill, Mont, 1877, Loch Lomond, Richmond. 
Clay Henry P, M.D, Uni ot N. Y, 1879, Halifax Citv. 
Carrit Edward, L.R C.S., Edin, 1827, Guysboro'. 
Creed (/harles, M.K C.S., Lond, 1838, Pugwash, Cumberland. 
Crane Chandler, M.D, Uni of Penn, 1850, Halifax Cilv. 
Clarke Wm G, M.D, Harvard, Mas*, 1852, Kentville,' Kings. 
Clay Edwin, M.D, Uni of N. Y, 1856, Halifax City. 
Campbell R. S, Licentiate of N. S, 18-57. Dartmouth, Halifax. 
Campbell C. Fitz Hv, M.D., Uni of Penn, Phil, 186 ', Digbv. 
Cowie A J, M.D, Uni of Penn, M.R.C.S.L , )86o, Halifax City. 

* Cameron Hngh, M.D. Uni of Penn, 1861, Mabou, Inverness. 
Crouchcr Albert £, M.D, Col Phy & Surg, N. Y, 1863, Bridgewater, 

Lunenburg. 
Campbell James, M.D, Harvard, Mass, 1864, Sherbrooke, Guysboro'. 
Creed. Ed win, M D, Hygea Thera Col, 1865, Upper Newport, Hants. 
Carev Robt H, M.D, Harvard, Mass, 1866, f..unenburg. 

* Caider James S, M.D, Harvard, Mass. 1866. Bridgewater, Lunenburg. 
Creelman F. G, M.D, Col Phy & Surg, 1867. Maitland, Hants. 

Cove John W, M.D, Uni of Pe in, 1867, Spring Hill, (Cumberland. 
Chipman Henry, M.D, Harvard, Mass, 1868, Hnrton, Kings. 

* Coleman J. Andrew, M.D, Harvard, Mass, 1868, Granville Ferry, An- 

napolis. . 
DeWoH James R, M.D. Edin. LR.C S.E, 1841, Halifax. 
Denison J. N, M.D, Uni of Penn, 1850, Brooklyn, Hants. 
Davis Joseph D, M.D, Horn Col Phil, 1859 Yarmouth. 
D dge Stephen, M.D, Col Phy & Surg, N. Y, 1859, Halifax City. 

* DeBlois Louis G, M.D, Col Phy & Surg, N. Y, 1881, Bridgetown, Anna- 

polis. 

Denison Joseph, M.D. Bellevue Hosp Med Col, 1864, Bridj^etown, An- 
napolis. 

Dodd Marcus, M.D, Col Phy & Surg, N. Y, 1866, BridgepGrt, C B. 

Doneham B. Eugene, M.D, Harva^'d, Mass, 1868, Freeport, Digby. 

Dakin Robert A, M.D, Harvard, Ma!«s, 1869, Pugwash, Cumberland. 

* DeWitt Geo E, M D, Harvard, Mass, 1872, (;host«r, Lunenburg. 
Dcsbrisay Thos L, M.D, Bowdoiu Col, Maine, 1876, Bridgewater, Lunen- 
burg. 

Densmore James D, M.D, Halifax Medical College, 1877, North East Har- 
bor, Shelburne. 
Ellerson R. J, M.D. Uni of Penn, 1856, Bear River, A) lapolis. 
Eustace Robf, LF.P.S, Glas, L.C.S, Ont, 1866, Caoe ( uiiso, Guysboro'. 
Ellerson H. A, M.D, Uni of N. Y 1867, Weymouth, Digbv. 

* Parish Greggs J, M R.C.S, Lond, 1834, Yarmouth. 

Eraser Beiij D, M.D, Hesse, {4 R.C.S, Edin, 1834, Windsor, Hants, ^vi^j "^ 

Parish James C, M.D, U.ii of Penn, 1837, Yarmouth. 

Fixott Henr}'C, M.D, Glas, M R.C.S, Lond, 1841, Arichat, Richmond. 

Forbes James G, M.D, Uni of N. Y, 1842, Liverpool, Queens. 

Farish Henry G, M.D, Uni of Pecn, M R.C.Ji, Lond, 1S*9, Liverpool, 

Queens. ; j ii\ ,.„, 

Fitch Simon, M.D. Edin, 1841, Halifax City " • 

Fixott Henry J.imes. M.D, Harvard, Mass 1866, St. Peters, Richmond. 
French W R. M.D, Uni of N. Y, 1857, residence not known. 



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» Fraser William, M.D, M.R.C S, Rng. 186-1. New Otangow, Pictoa. 

* Farrell Kdward, U D, Col Phr & Surf?. N. Y, 18«4, Halifax City. 
Fraser Thos R, M D, ReU>ctic Mod Col, O. 18A4. HnliAixCiiy. 
Falconer A. F. M D. Hurvard, Slam, 1805, Sherbmoke, Guvsboro*. 
Fitch J. N, M.D, Col Fhv He Surg, N. Y. 1867, l^keville, Rinjm. 
Fuller Newman J, Bellevue Ho«ip Med Col. 1868, Grand Pre, Kings. 
Fraser D. A. M.D, Uni of Penn, 1870, Halifax Citv. 

Fullerton William Y, M.D, iJellevue Hosp Med Ool, 1873, Port Williams, 

Kingfc. 
Fox Charles James, M.D, Uni of Penn. 1876, Pabnico, Yarmouth. 
Gilpin Bernard J, »f. D. Uni of P«-nn, M R.C.S, I^nd, 1834, Halifax City. 
Geddes T O, I Jcentiate of Nova Scotia, 1858, Yarmouth. 

* Gray Chaa. M.D. Uni of Penn, 1858, Mahone Bav. Lunenburg. 
Go8»ip Charles J, M.DvI*Min. 1859, Windior, Hants. 

Graham John McK, M.D. Jeft'Med Col, 1872, renidenoe not known. 
Gunn Robert, M.D. Beilerue, Hnsp ufed Col, 1874. Strathlome, Inverness. 
Hamilton Chab C, M.D, Uni of Penn, 18.')4, Cani.rd. Kin>;s. 
Hooper John C, M.D, Col Phy & Surg, N. Y, 1864. Hawdon, Hants. 

* Harris John H, M.D, Bellevne Hosp Mtsd Col, 1866, Beaver River, Yar- 

mouth. 
Harris James W, M.D, Harvard, Mass, 1868. Digbr. 
Harding Fred W, M.D, McGill, Mont, Middleton. Annapolis. 
Harley Benj V. registerei under Sec. 37, Medical Act, 1872, Yarmouth. 
Hewsnn C. W, M.D. Uui of Penn, 1872, River Herbert, CumberlaLd. 
Hiltz C. W, M.D, Dalhousie Ccl, 1873, Chester, Lnnenburg. 
Jennings Edvvard. M.D, Col Phv & Surg, 1843, Halifax City. 
Johnstone Lewis, M.D., Uni of Wnn, 1845, Stellarton, Pictou. 

* John8toi:<; Lewis, M.D, L.R.CS, Edin, 1850, Block House Mines, C. B. 

* Jones J Edi^'ar, M D, Harvard Mass, 1858, Westville, Pictou. 

* Jacobs J J, M.D, Harvard, Mass, 1861, Lunenburg. 
Jamieson Geo, M.D, Harvard, Mass, 1866, Tangier, Halifax. 

Johnson DanI M, M.D, Halifax Med Col, 1878, 8t Margaret's Bay, Halifax 
Kirbv Thomas, Licentiate of Med Board. 1857, Tusket Yermouth. 

* Kirkwoud Htfv.ry, M.D, Jeff Med Col, Phil, 1850, Pictou. 

* Kelly Edgar K, M.D, Col Phy & Surg, N. Y, 1866. Yarmouth. 
Kempton, Zenas M, M.D, Dartmouth, N. H,^ 1866, Wallace, Cumberland. 
Kerr James, M.D, M C* Queen's Uui, Dublra, Londonderry, Colchester. 
Kennedy Evan, M D. lini of Boston, 1876, residence not known. 

Kellv H L, M.D, Uni of N. Y, 1853, Yarmouth. 

Uughlin Jas F, M.D, Col Phy & Sun?, N. Y, 1866, Port Hawkesbury, 

Inverness. ■ . 
Lawson Archd, M D, M.R.C.8, Eng, 1866, Halifax '"itv. 
Lenton D. M, M.D, Hx Med Col, 1876, 'J'ruro, Colchester. 
L'Esperance J. G. S M.D. Uni of Laval, Q. 1877, Arichat, Richmond. 

* Lindsay Andrew W. H. M.D, Dalhousie Col, 1875, M.B.C.M., Edin, 

1877, Halifax City. 
Marsters Holmes, M.l), Jeff Med Col, Phil, 1840, Berwick, Kings. 
Morrison J. G. B, M.D, Jeff Med Cul, 1848, Meteghan, Digby. 
Millar J. 8, M.D, Berkshire Med Cul, 18(5, Cornwallis, Kings. 
Mitchell Robt, M.D, L.RC.S, Kdin. 1858, Amherst, Cumberland. 
Mitchell W M. M.D, Jeff Med Col, Phil, 1859, New Glasgow, Pictou. 
Moren Arthur, M.D, F.din. 1860, Halifax City. 

Morse Leander li, M.D, llHrvard, Mass 1860, liawrencetown, Annapolis. 
Murray Geo, M.D, Uni of Penn, 1860, New Gla-sgow. Pictou. 
Munro C. H, M I , Harvard, Mass, 1S83, West Kiver, Pictou. 
Morto John Allen, M.D, Harvard, Mass, 1804, Ohio, Yarmouth. 
Morse C. H, Ml), Harvard, Mass, 1864, Wevmouth, Digby. 
Muir David H, M.D, Col Phv & Surj;, N. V,1867, Pruro. Colchester. 
Marshall Fred R, M D, Col Phv & Surg, N.Y, 1868, Halifax City. 
Maxwell Archd, M.P, Jeff Med Col, Phd 18B8, Bear River, Digby. 



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Morris Charlton, MD, Harvard. Mass, 1368, Middle MuoqiiodobQir, Halifax. 
Munro Kennedy, M<I), Harvard, Masa, 1868, Advocate Harbor, Cumberland. 
Margeson C J, M. D, Harvard, Mass, 1869, Hantxport, Hants. 
Minard Levi, M.D, Kcl Med Col, Cum (>, :I86», llnrlingtoti, Hants. 
Middlenias F, MD. Harvard, Mr.33. 1373, Jierwick, riinciii. 
Metcair Richard, M-I>, Uni of Penn, Phil, i874, River Pliilip, Camberland. 
Mnir William 8, M.D, h.K.CP. Sc S, Kdin. 1874. Truro, Oolcbester. 
Miller Saml Nelspn, M.D, Uni ofN.Y, 1875, Mi(Mfeton, Annapolis. 
Mack J. Newton, M.D, llellevue Hosp Med Col, 1875, residence not known. 

* Miller 0. J, M.D, Harvaid. Mass, 1875, New Gliis^w, Pictou. 

Moore William B.M.D, Hx Med Cxi], 1870, Prov and Citv Hospital, Halifax. 
McKean 8. G. A, M.D. Harvard, Mass, 1849, Victoria, C. B: 

* McLaichy Harris O, M.I). JeFMed Col, Phil, 1854, Wolfville, Kings. 
Mcintosh Alex, M D, Uni of Penn, Phil, 1858. Antigionishi 

Mcl^rly Duncan, M.D, Giasp:ow, 1860, SVdney Mines, C. A. i.<.. . . 

*MacLean Duncan, M.D, Harvard, Mass. 186IK Shubenacadie, Hattts. 

* Macdonald W. U, M.D, Harvard, Mass, 18()2, A ntig^jnish. 
McFatridge Robt, M.D,: Harvtird, Mars, 1862, Halifax Cit}-. 
MoKobert W. C, Licentiate Med Board, N. S, I8ii2, Truru, Colchester. ■ 
McGillivrav Alex, M. D, Bell Hosp Med Col, N. Y, 186:{, Sydney, C. B. 
McGregor Murdoch, M.D, Harvard, Mass, 186.3, LaHavc, Lunenburg. 
McKenzie Geo J, M-D^ Jelf Med Cul, Phil, 1864, Pictou. 

Maclean David, M.D. Uni of Penn, Phil, 1864. Wallace, Cumberland. 

McGillivray Donald, M.D, M.K.C.P. &. iA, Glasgow, 1864, Yale ColKeiy, 
Pictou. 

McDonald J. B, M.D, Harvard, Mass, 1865, residence not known. 

Mcintosh John, M.D, Jeff Med Col, Phil, 1866, Whj'cocomagh, Inverness. 

McKay Daniel G, M.D, Ueil Uoap Med Col, 1866, Little Glace Bav, C. B. 

McKay J. H, M.D, Col Phy A Surg, N. Y, M.K.C.S. & P, Edin, 1868, Truit), 
Colchester. 

McDonald J. F, M.D. Harvard, Mass, 1868, Hopewell, Pictou. 

MoDougall John C M.D, Col Phy & Surg, N. Y, 1869, Greenville, Cam- 
berland. 

McPherson Hugh, M.D, Uni of Penn, Phil, 1869, , North Sydney, C. B. 

McDonald J. W, M.D, L.K.C S, Edin, 1869, Antigonish. 

McKinnon John E, M.D, Harvard. Mass, 1870, Antigonish. 

McDonald P. A, M.D, Harvard, Mass, 1871, Port M-ulgrave, Gnysboro'. 

Mcintosh Diiniel, M.D, Harvard, Mans, 1871, Pugwasli, Cumberland. 

McLean A. K, M.D, Bellevue Hosp Med Col, 1872, Mnrgdree, luverness. 

McMjIllan / inlay, M.D, Dalhousie College, 1872, Pictou Co. 

* Mcbon>Jd D, registered under Sec 37, Act of 1872, Tatnmagouohe, Col. 
McKay William, M.D, BeU6vue Hosp Med Col, N. Y, 1873, Litlle Glace 

Bay, C. B. 
McLeoil Wm McK, M.D, Bellevne Hosp Med CoLNY, 1875,Svdnev,C.B. 
McDonald Michael Ai M.D, (Joi Phv & Surg, N. Y, 1876, Svdnev^ C. B. 
McLeod Chas Malcolm. M.D, Hell Hosp Med Coll, N. Y. 1877, Mairgaree. 
McLennan Angus, M.D, Uni ot Penn, Phil, 1873, Margaree, Inverness. 

* Norrie William, M.D, Harvard. Mass, 1867, Harltowii, Colchester. 
Outhet Geo E, M.D, Jetf Med Col, Phil, 1845, Avlesford, Kings. 
Oakes George B, M.D, Col Phy & Surg. 1864, Digby. 

Cakes Milledge, M.D, Harvard, Musis, 1866, Sydney, C. B»^ ' .- ;. . ;^ 
Page B Gardner, M.IUJ.S, Lond, 18.'}4, llnlifax Citv. 4.. '<..* n-i.f^ 

t Parker Hon D. McN, Ml), L.U.C..S, Kriin, 1845. llalilax Citv. 5 --n «' 
Payzant Eiias N, M.D, Jeff .Aled Col, 1855, Wolfville. Kings. ' ' = ' 

Page A. C, M.D, Harvard, Muha, 1856* Truro, Colchester. 
Piiilips John C, Liceiit Med Board, N. S, 1856. IJiver Piiilip. Cumberland. 

* Pearson William, Licentiate Med Board, N.S, 1866, U^per Musquoaobott, 

Halifax. .,..■■ 

Peppard John L. M.D, Harvard, Mass, 1865, Great Village, Colchester. 
Puruey John A, M.D, Col Phy & Surg, N. Y, 1865, Shelburne. 



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Paiten A. D, M D,Uni of Michif^an, 1868, Yarmouth. ' ■ ' 

PrimroM Snmuol, '^gistered dnder Sec 37, Act «t' 1872, Lawrencetown, 

.Aiinapolisb 
Pickles Gnorne A, M.D, Bellevue Honp Med Col, N. Y, 1873, Mahonefiay, 

t^unonburg. 
Perrin Albert M. M.P, Uni of N. Y, 1876, Yarmouth. 

• Kucgles Heniy D, M.D.Col Pby & Surg, N. Y, 1831, Wevroouth, DIgby. 
Ran(kll Wm A. C, M.D, Harvard, Mass, 1852, Yarmouth. " 

* Keid Alex P, M.D, McGili, L.R.C.S, Ertin, 1858, Dartmouth, Halifax. 
Roche Klisha, M:1), Uni of Penn. Phil, 1860, Tatama^uche, Colcliesier. 

* Read Herbert H, M.D, McGill, L.R.C.S, ► din, 18«l, Halifax City. 
Pvi^by Chaa D, M.D. Col Phy & Surg, N. Y, 1861, Halifax City. 
Robe'it Cassiiner, M D, Dalhou.sie Col, 1875, Arichnt, Richiuofiii. 
Robinson Augustus, M.D, Uni of Penn, M.R.C.S. & L.S.A, Lond, 

Annapolis. 
Robertson Alex, M.D, Harvard, Maas, 1870, Liverpool, QaeenA. 
Ryan P. M, M.D, Col. Phv & Surg, N. Y, 1877, Meteghan, Digby. 
Steverman Joseph. M.D, Col Phy & Surg, N. Y, 1836, Lunenburg. 

* Stppheu Robert, M.D, Will Uni of Krie, 0, 1888, Digl>y. 

* Schrage John. M. I), Harvard. Mass, 1843, Barrington, Shelhnme.' 
Shaw Henrt, M.D, Col Phy & Surg, N. Y, 1852, Kftntville, kings. 

* Slayter W. B, M D, L.K.C.P. & M.B.C.Sv £ng, L.M, Dublin, 

Halifax Citv. n-M'j""*"' 

Smith Peleg W,' M.D, Edin, 1862. Dighv. "> " > 

Sturgis Geo C, M.D, Ed Med Col Phil, '1862, Walton, Hants. 
Saniord Arnold, M.D, Harvard, Mass, 1864, Burlington, Hant^. 

• Somers John, M.D, Beilevue Ho.*p Med Col, N. Y, 1866, Halifax C|ty. 
Street J. C, M. D, Harvard, Mass, 185^3, Bridgewater, Lunenburg. 
Smith Robert B, M.D, Jeff Med Col, Phil, 1867, Upper Stewiack, Col. 
Sutherland Niel, M.,D, Har%'ard, Mass, 1868. Antigonish. 

Saunders D. Oliver, M.D, Harvard; Mass, 1869, Getson's Cove. * 
Sutherland Monro, M.D, Harvard, Mass, 1871, Westville, Pictow.""'-" 

♦ Sinclair Geo L, M.D, Col Phy & Surg, N. Y, 1872, Dartmouth, Halifax. 

♦ Syda H, registered under Sec 37, Act of 1872, Digby. 
Sommerville A. McL, M.D, Harvard, Mass, 1873, Caledonia, Queens. 
Stuart John M. B, CM, Edin, 1871, Pictou. 

Smith J. Ross, M.D, Uni of Penn, 1877, Great Viii9««: Colchester. 
'! Oman John; M.D, Gias, M R.C.S, Ire, 1830. Halifax City. 
Tuppor Nathan, M.D, Uni of Penn, Phil, 1854. Amherst, Cumberland. 
Thttmas Waller, M.D, Eel Coll, Phil, 186U, Upper Stewiacke, Colchester. 
Townshenil A. 8, M.D, Uni of Penn, Phil, 1862. Parrsboro', Cumberland. 

• Trenaman Thop, M.D, Col Phy ifc Surg. N. Y, 1869, Halifax City. 
Venables James, M.D, Harvard, Mass, 1887, Halifax City. 

» Wilson Israel K, M«D, Jt:if Med Col, Phil, 1831, Barrington, Shelbnrne. 
Woodbury Jonathan, M.D, J»tf Med Col, Phil, 1850, Middloton, Annapolis. 



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Witlh»r» Russell, M D, Col I'hv & Surg, N. Y, 18fi5, Annapolis. 
Walsh Thos, M.D, Usilevue Hosp Med Col, N. Y, 1866, Hnlilajt City. 

* WoocMII Alfred A, M.D, Col Phy & Surg. NT. Y, 1866, Halifax Citv. 
Webster Henry B, M.D, Col Phy & Surg, N. Y, 1872, Keiitville, Kings. 
Weir Jamec, M.D, llavvard, Mas.s, 1872, JJpper Kenijetcook, Hants. 

* Wot.dworth W. S, M.D, Harvard. Mass, 1873, Upper Canard, Kings. 
Wilson H. D, M.D, l.'niol Penn, 1878, B.irringtun. Shelbunie. 

The fitllowing prn'-titioners have died during the uast year:— Dr. T. E. 
.leans, Dr. il. Sf.uther^i, Dr. J. C McLtllan. Di L. P'. Toque Dr A. 
D^Wolf, Dr. Ge.) P. McLcilan, Dr. E. T. McRobert. 

Th» iiillowing have left the Pvovince:— Dr. Thos Willmott, Dr. Chas 
Deshrisay, Dr. A. P. Landry, Dr. ither C. Murray, Dr. John 0. Fniser, 



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Dr. jRoies FittA, Dr. Andrew Porter, Dr. R. C Jotclyn. Dr. Angus 
McDonald, Dr. W. H. Lognn, Dr. Samuel Moore, Dr. D. H. Morton. 

The Board efimeAly requests mediial men thronphout the Province to 
•kt the Repi*trar in keeping the Ke(n!<ter correct^ by iiiforiniai; htm of the 
death or removal of registered practltinner^ The Registrar will be glad to 
receive »ucli correction* more particularly before the tTid of April, so thnt, 
H* 6<r a» poKHibie, the Kegit't-r which will be published in the ^ Royal 
Gazette " ).« May Hhall be qait'f correct. 

Tite fallowt:>gclau!«n of t'le Medical Act (Chap 28, Revised Statutr\ 
4th Serie->,) are *«'*re pnhlishf.'d for the infomiAtiOn of the prolession and tiie 
public: — 

8. Subject to the exceptions hereinafter made, no person shall practise 
physic, surgery or midwifery in Nova Scotia, unless his name »hali be 
registered in the Tiook of Registry of the I'ruvmcial Medical Board, and 
unless he shall have received irom such Board a license to practise. 

16. Aoy person entitled to be registered undsr this chapter, but who 
shall neglect or omit to be so registered, shall not be entitled to any of the 
rights or privileges conferred by the provisions of this ch«pter, so long is 
such neglect or omission sliati continue. 

17. No person, otherwise fully qualified under this chapter, shall be 
refused registration or a license to praetioe on accowit of his adopting or 
refusing to adofit the practice of any particular theory of medicine or surg- 
ery. Incase of such re'usal by the Board, the party aggrieved shall have 
(he li^lit to appeal to the Governor in Council, who, upon due cause shown, 
shall issue an order to the Board to register the name of sudi person and to 
grant him a license to practise. 

tl. £very person who shall be roistered under the provisions of this 
ch pter, shailbe entitled r/^cording to his qualification or qualificationa to 
practise Medicine, Sureery, and Midwifer>', or either or any of them, as tli« 
case may b^ in Nova Scotia, and to demand and recover ia any court of 
law reaHOMible charges for professional aid, advice and visit*, and the cost 
ol aoy medicine or other medical or surgical appLaacea rendered or sup- 
plied by him to his patients. 

22. No person shall be entitled to recover any charge iu any court of 
law for any medical or surgical advice, or for attendance, or for the per- 
formance of any operation, or for any mediciue which he siiait have both 
prescribed and supplied, unless he shall prove upon the trial that he is reg- 
istered under this chapter. 

24. No person shall be apfiotnted as medical officer, physician or sur- 
geon in ftoy urauch of the public service, or in auy hospiial or other char- 
itable institution, unless be shall ha registered under the provisions of this 
chapter. 

25. No cei-tificate required by any Act now in (orfie, or that may here- 
kfter be passed, from any physician or burgeon, or medical practitioner shall 
bt valid, unless the person signing the same shall be registered under this 
chapter. 

2C If any person not registereu or licensed under the provisions of this 
chapter, or not being actuuli^v employed as a physiciafi or surgeon in Her 
MflJHsty^s naval or miiitarj'- iei-vice, practises Phywc, Surgery or .Midwifery 
fur hire, gain, or bone of reward, he jhall thereby Ibrfeit a »uin of twenty 
dcllarn tVtr em'h day on which he so prac isei. 

27. Aiiv sum forffited uiid ^r the next preceding section ohull be recov- 
erable with c('8t.H, and miy be sued for and recovered in the t<ame manner 
as a private debt, by the Provincial Medical Board or any mfiiiUer thereof; 
and neing recovered, sfaiili belong to the Boa-d fi»r the uhS tiiereof under 
thi« cliapter I'rovided that, where the information lending to such recov- 
ery shall have been given by any person unconnected with the medical 
pi'ofessioo, such person shall be eutitled to receivo one-half of the sum so 
recovered. 



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88. Upon the trial ot snch cause, the burden of proof as to the license 
or right of the defendant to practise Physic, Surgery or Midwifery in Nova 
Scotia shall lie upon the defendant. 

EDWARD FARRELL, Registrar. 



Begist«r of qualified Midwivea in the City of Halifax. 

Mrs RIvIhe, Edinburgh and Aberdeen, 1848, 21 Cogswell Street. 

Mm Ma^ee, Edinburgh. Ih63, South Stn^et. 

Mrs Adams. Dublin, 1840,47 George Street. 

Mrs McGregor, Edinburgh, 1876, 66 Gottingpn Street. 

Mrs Mason, Provincial Mvdicu< Board, 1879, Creighton Street. 

Mrs Little, do 

Mrs Burgess, do 

Mrs Ryan, do 

Mrs if arris, do 

Mrs Giaden, da 

ChemiatB and Drnggiata. 

The following named are duly registered under the provisions of the 
Pharmacy Act of I8IS:— 



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Jnmes H. Angwin.. 
Thomas A. lirewn.. 

John K. Bent 

Stewart Burns 

Basil Bell 

D. Herteaux 

Chas. E. Burden .... 
Avwy F. Buckley. . . 
A. B. Cunningham... 
W. S. Copelaiid ... . 
J ohn D. Copiland . . 

Frank Carman 

Tliomss Dnrney 

Martin F. Kager 

A lex. Forsyth 

James R. Gordon 

John D. Gauld 

Jiames W. Jackson. . . 
Edward F. Lugtin ... . 
Robert S. Masters. . . . 

F. B. K. Ma«er 

Fraser M'.Kenzie . . . . 
John McCallum... 
Richard A. Nisbet.. 
Ww. L. Onuund.. . . 



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Halifax. 
Kentville. 
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Chas. E. Puttner. . . 
Bishop H. Porter. . . 
Thomas M. Power. . 

H. A. Parr 

Alfred Rounsefell . . 
Cha». C. Richards.. 
George V. Rand . . 
Wilh'am H. Simson. 

W. H. Stevens 

E. B. Sutcliffe 

J. Godtrev Smith.. 

J: A. Shrtw 

Wm. H. Stevens. .. 
Frank C. Simson . . 
Henry A. Tavlor. .. 
John McD. Taylor.. 
Chas. McG. Taylor. 
John J. Uhlman.... 
John W. Webb . . . . 
William H. Webb. . 
Alfred A. Woodill.. 
William Wilson... 

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ECCLESIASTICAL DEPARTMSNT. 



CHUBCH OF BNQIiAND IN NOVA SCOTIA. 

Catiikdkal Staff.— The Right. Rev. Hibbeat BAnnet, i>d.. Lord 
Bishop of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, and Dean of Halifax. 



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The Venerable Cnnon Edwin Giipiu, i>d., Archdeacon of Nova Scotia; 
Rev Canon John Dart, i) c l, Winnsor; Rev Canon Thomas Maynard, vv , 
Windsor; Rev Canon George Townshend, A M.. Amhemt. 

ffaiifaa, St. Luke'n (Cathedral Cliurch). Rev J. Abbott, Rev C. M. 
Sills, AM., Curate; St. Paure, Rev G. W. Hill, prT*,andRev O. Troop, 
A B.; St. George's, Rev J. B. Uniacke, a m.; St. Mark's, Rev H. .T. Winter- 
bourne, A B ; Bishop's Chapel, Rev Robt. Vv ynk a b ; Trinity, Rev W. J. 
Ancient; Garrifien Chaplains, Rev A. J. ToT'*".na, a b., and' Rev Riddall 
Morrison; K. Wainwrijiht ( Diocesan Sec): Kev J. C. Cochran, i> »., (re- 
tired) Rev. E. PrtdtieUI; Rev G. E. W. Monis, a m. (retired), Rev G. H. 
Dndwell. Annapolis, Rev H. Debloig. (retired), Rev J. .J. Ritchie, am. 
Aylesford, Kev hi Avery. Ainherst, Rev Canon Townshend, am.. Rural 
Dean. AUnvn Minet, Uev D. C- Mooie. Anfif/onisliy Rev L. W. Hill, 
(retired). Rev A. C. McDonald. ArichfU, C. /^ , Kev F. M. Yonnp. A k c. 
Bridgetown, Rev L. M. Wilkins, A n. Blandford. Rev John Maoninp^. 
Beaver Ilarboitr, Rev R. Smith. Bi-idtjewater, liev W. E. Gelling. Com~ 
wallit, Rev F. J. Axford. Clementg', Rev W. <jodfrev, Ab. Chester, 
Rev A. Merkell, A n. JJartmouth, Rev J. L. Bell, l^if/bj/. Rev John 
Ambrose, am. J'Jastern Passage (Dartmouth), Rev'W. E. Currie. 
Falkland, Rev F. Skinner. Falmouth. Rev J. C. Brenton, A b. Glace 
Bay, Rev C Croucher, A M. Granville, Rev G. P. (rrealorex. Gnys- 
born\ Rev H. M. Jarvis, am. Uarncttsfield, Rev J. C. Cox. Hidi- 
bard's Cove, Rev H. Stamer. Kentvill'e, Rev J. O. Rnggles, am. 
Livei-pool, Rev E. E. B. Nichols, i> d.. and Rev J. R. S Parkinson. 
L uisburg. Rev C. W. McCuHy. Londoiulertij, Rev V. E. Harris, A B. 
Lunenburg, Rev Henry L. Owen, A n.. Rural Dean, Rev Clias Groser. 
Maitland, Rev A. D. .famieson, a.b. Mahone Bay, Rev W, H. SnVder, 
A M., and C. (Miurchward. Manchester, Rev H. Hamilton, a B., Riral l)ean. 
Me/fiyrd, Rev E. Anacll. Neivport, Revs H. P. Almnn and Henry Howe, 
AB. Neio Dtddin, Rev Abraham Jordan. New Ross, Rev. H. W. At- 
water. Parrsboro^ Rev Charles Bownian, t> D. Pictov. Rev J. I'Mpe- 
combe. Petite Reviere, Rev J. Shaw Smith, ab. Port medway. Rev C. 
Grosser. Pugwash and Wallace, Rev R- F. Brine, A b. iJrttw/on,.Rev J. P. 
Sargent, ab. Rosette. Rev W. S. Gray. ab. Jtiver John. Rev J. L. 
Downing. Senforth, Rev J. W. Norwood. Bhip Harbour, Rev Robert 
Jamieson. Rural Dean. 8t. Margaret's Bay. Revs P. Brown and S. W. 
H. Groser. 5rtc^;t7/c, Rev W. Ellis. /S/jerfrrooAe, Rev R." Johnston. Spring- 
hill, Rev E- H. Ball. Sydney, C.B., Rev Richard J. Uniadke, dd,, Rural 
Dean, and Rev David Smith. Sydney Mines, Rev G. Met^.ler, a b. 
Shelburne, Rev Thos H. White, D n.. Rural Dean, and Rev Cecil Wiggins, 
A B. Tangier, Rev J. A. Richey. Truro, Rev Joseph Forsythe and Rev 
, J. A. Kaulback, A w. Tusket, Rev H. Stems. W'tWsor, Canon Maynard,' 
n n., Kural Dean. Canon J. Dart, n c l., C. E. Wlllets, m a , and W. E. 
Wilson, AM. WemwutJi, Rev P. J. Filluel, a.b.. Rural Dean. Wilmot. 
Rev George F. Wfaynard Yarmouth, Revs J. T. Moodv, A M., and 
R. Shreve, A M. Travelling Missionary, C. B , Rev Simon Gibbons. 

Prince Ehwakd Island — The Venble J. H. Read, i>.d., Archdeacop 
of P. E. I. Charlottetmnn, St. Peter's, Rev G. W. Hodgson, a >i. St. 
Paul's, Rev D. Fitzgerald, Rev Alfred Osborne, Rev L. C Jenkins, n c l., 
(retired). Cascumpeque, Rev H. Dj'er. Crapaud, Rev T. Johnston. Milton, 
Venble Dr. Reed and Rev T. B. Reagh. Pmt Hill, Rev R. T. Dobie. 
St. Eleaiurr's, Rev Theo. Richey. ~ 

Y-: ,--*-;-r King's College, Windsor.. ^^ ^^...v^ 

Founded, A.l>. 1787. Chartered by King George IH. A.d. 1302. Patron, 
His Grace the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. BoAnn of Govkrnohs. 
1877-78.— The Eight Kev Hibbert Binne\', d.d., Lord Bishop of Nova 
Scotift, Visitor and President of the Board of Govemol-s. Hon Mr 
Justice Wilkins, i>cii, lAfe Governor ; .11 Y. Hind, Esq, m A.. Rev U . 
P. Aimon, i> c L., Rev Canon Dart, D c L , Rev Stanley Boyd, m a., Veh 





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Rev Geo 8. Jarvis, f> n., Oeo 0/ Wifcginn, Ksny. Rev Geo W. Hodgson, m a., 
Hon Wm J. AInion. m d. II. G. Graj, E«q, Treasurer f Chits H. Carman. 
EmIj Seoretmm. Faculty . —President of the College. Pro/utor of 
IHvinitg, Enghak Literature and Moral PhUutophy, Rev Canon Dart, i> c fc« ; 
Vice-President^ Felhw and Professor of Cbetnutrjfand Nat. History, Hertry 
How, Esq., P c u ; JKeUoio aud Prtf. of Afatkemattcs, Natural Philosophjff 
Attronontfi and A'n^neerina, I. K. Oram, rB., M At Proj^Mffr of Clames^ 
Logic, and Rhetoric, Rev VV. E. Wilsfm: ma.; Profeasm^ Modem Lan- 
ft% gen, A. De Fourmentin; Bursar, ?rof Oram, Jnu,HA>\ Librarian aatd 
CtfTA^oi-, Prof How, c» c L. 

ScHOLAiisiiirs — The Wilfiam Cogswell Scholarship, ;C34»tg. peranoam, 
open to candidates <or Holy Orders, under the direction ot the T usteee ; 
Divinity Scholarships paid oy the Society for the 8. P- G., open to Stu- 
dents for Holy Orders, actoally requiring assistance, and subject to the 
control oi the Bishop of the Diocese, 10 in number, each jC90 f«tg. per 
annuan; the Dr Binney Exhibition, j£16 stg. per annum, o^n to Stadeats 
in indigent circumstances and of exemplary conduct ; McCawley Hebrew 
Prize, j£9 stg. ; the Bifhpp's Pri/.e, ^5, in Books ; Dr. Almon's Welitford 
Testimonial; Akin's Historical Prize; General Williams' Prizes, three o\ 
$60 each; Stephenson Scholarships, three in number; alflo Payzant- War- 
burton prize or *an for the best e^say on any good subject — to be chosen by 
the President — in English Literature, to be competed tor during the present 
Academical year. 

Incorporate Alumni of King'a College. 

PresHent, Andrew J. Cowie. Esq, Mi>.; Vice-President, Thos Trena- 
man, Esq. Ml).; Committee, Charles W. Pavzant, Esq, M a.. Rev. .I»hn 
Abbott, Wm. C Silver, Es-q, Jedediah Shaw, Efq, Wm D. Sutherland, 
Esq; Treasurer, Hen S. L. Shannon, D c L ; Secretnry, Mr Catman. 

The Halifax Braaeh of the Oolonijtl and Continental [Chiiroh 

Society. * 

Patron, Her Most Grwcions Majesty the Queen. Vice-Patrons, Hia 
Grace the Archbishop of Canterbuiy, liis Grace the Archbishop of York, 
His Grace the Archbishop of yVmia^h. The Right fiev the Lord Biehcp of 
Nova Scotia, Chairman oil Comniittsie. 

The Dioceaan Synod of Nora Scotia. 

Consists of three houses — (1), Tie Bishop; (2), the Clergv, who are 
duly licensed ; (3), tile Laity by their representatives. Clerical Secretary, 
Rev C. M. Sills, as:. Lay Secretary R. J. Wilson, Esq. 

Board of Foreign Iftiaaiona. 

Appointed by the Synod. Chairman ex-officio, The Right Reverend the 
Ixurd Bishop. Treasurer, William Gossip, Esq. Secretary, Rev D. C. 
Moore. 

Church Endowment Fund. 

Chairman, Henrv Prvor, dci*; Vict'Chairmnn, William Gossip, 
Treasurer, J. T. Wvlde; Secretary, Wm C. Silver; Wm Hare, C Bullock, 
J. R. DeWolf, Esq, *M D., T. A. Brown. 

Church of England Institute; 

To encourage kindly intercourse among Churchmen, and to diffuse a 
trnowledge of the Church's work. Patron, The Lord Bishop of Nova 
Scotia. Pre^denty Rev ChancellAr Hill. Vice-Presidents, Thos. Brown, 
Ch/is. Stubbing. Treasurer, Thomas Brown. Hon Secretary^ Wm. H. 
Wiiwell. 



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OI«BROY OF THU BOMAN CATfiOXiIC O&UBOH. 

HfsCtracc tho Moftt Rev Michael H«nn&n, Archblsliop pf HnliflftX. St. 
Marv's Cuthedral, Halifhx, Rev Canon l^owei-, Rtev VAymtd F. M*irpliy, 
Rev'O. Kills. ^ Si. Patrick's Church, R<jr. Canon Carmo^v, Rev Canon 
Mct«aao, Rev S B\eg»- 8t^ Joseph's Church, Rev Peter I>i(nbher. Chftp^ 
lafh to Mount St^ineenC Convent, Rev CHHtnn Mclsaac. (Miaplain to the 
Military. Rev Rollrt Hrindle. Chekzetcook, Rev Ciitlon Madden. D(tt^ 
mouthy' Key Canon Wood«. ProspecL- Kev Jaines ScOtt. tCtinttilU; ReV 
P. M. Hilden. Pattern Harbours, Rev Chas Underwood'. CAirt, ReV 
Mn Gay. Yarmoulh, Rev P. W. Urowne. Tuiket Wedge, Rtv .1. Manning. 
Pnbnioo; Rev W. McI>«od. Bedford and SkMberxea^*, RJev David C. OTJort- 
nor. /*rtf^'«A(»ro', Rev J»« Bresnan. fAver- Rev T. Butler. Wihdaor, 
Rev Tho Daly. Minwlie, Rev T. ii JSeUnvoke, Rev William J. 
Mihan. iVtiyinouth, Rev B. d'Hot. ^hy and 8t: Ci'oi«jrHex "M. 

Driscoll. Meteffhan, Rev J. Daily. ^ - .mI Shti4rro6lie, Rtev E. F. 

McCarthy. J?«'i>»»«tfrt, Rev Dr Corl)«tt, jiUii. t< tho Militar^'. London- 
«fl9rry. Rev W. Hamilton. Annapolis, "Rev 0. SV ; .^»i ^m^eW*, Rev P. 
Donnelly. Satnion liitftr, Rev T. Mfakunet ' •'' ■ ' ' •""/ »; ' i 

1 ■ '''iJ^. IK^fl HUJ't''. : (I'M. > 

Bt. Mary's GolloRe, Grsftott-St., HaUfia: '^ :'■: r'>:!< 
Under ihe patronage of Hia Grace the Archbishop of Halifax. . . ^ 

St. Mary's College. Under the^patronsige of His Grace the Aixjhbisliop 
of Halifax. President and Professor of Jwral Phild^bphy,' Rev Richard 
Kearnq. Professor of English' Literature, senior cla38e»in Gceck and L«Ctn, 
Mathematics ,and Natural Philosophy^ J. H. Currie, s.A.t of London 
University. Professor of Junior ClajsHes, Mr Wm'Kearnft. Book^-keepiug, 
Commercial Course «nd Junior lijiglish departmeut,rMr« PuvcelL 

Orphan Asylttm' near OhUroh of 8t> Joseph, Qdttingdn Bit; 

Supel-ioreas, Sister Mary Vincent fhere are about 60 orphans under the 
care of tha Sisters of Cliarity. The InKtttutioii is dependent fop 8uppor|: on 
the voluntary contributions of the charitable* .(;;. • ,., ,, i/ -^ui -■^h- 

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Officer? of the General Council, Spiritual Director. Rev E. F Murnbv. 
President, M. B.Daly;- Vico'P^est; l^omaa Dumey, J. P. Trcas, Win 
Chisholm. Sec'y. Wm Compton. There are nearly VJO metnbers atta)?}y;d 
to the three Conrerences of .f$t. Mary's, ^St. Patrick' .s and St. Jo^seph's. 
Meetings held weekly and all relief given in kiud i^epa careful inquiry and 
ptirsonal visitation to each destitute family. 

Youngr Men*¥ liiteravy Ansociation. 

St. VtN'ofcNt-H Halu— (Organifced Oct. 8, 18fl8.) The Waement of 

this building has'been tilted up for the Use of the Catholit; young men of 

the North end of the c'lUj. Open everj' evening except i^undaj'. Prest, John 

'' S. D. Thompson; Triasni-er, J. M. Inglis, jr. ; Secretary, Thomas J. 

Walsh ; Janitor, Joseph Lai-kin. /.u ? 'I'l -nifttfr' ,wt>w'^Vr>.V) 

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Aisademy otthe SaCred Heart« Spring Garden l^oad, for 

' Boarders and Day Scholars. 

f The Community niinibers 30, of whom 12 conduct classes each day in 
various branches. Young Jjadies admitted from 5 years i'he French 
aad German languages taught by natives of both countries, as well as all 
the branches of an English education. Music and other accompiishmentH 
taught i>y the ladies of the Convent, and by the most eminent teachers in 
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•A ScoTtA. — Jniif^mishe^Hev Hugh GiltiK. Pictou, Kevd Ronald 
«ld. Lwrwre^ Rev A. MciTillTra}-. Aii$ai(f, Very K«r W. B. Mc- 



Diocese of Ariohat. 

. Hie D'mcdso of Arichat oompriaefl tke Island of Cnp« Uretou^ and three 
EiiiUeni Counties of Nova Si-otta pro|>er. £fltabli8h«d Sept. 91, 1844. 

Bithop- -Uif<:!it Rev. Joiw CAMF.nON, i> d., residing at Arichat. 

Nov 
McDonald 

\j>od, V.O., and Rev, Wm McFlier«ou. tV/y>e (Jeorgt, K«v J. Prater. 
WMt River, Ohio, K«v Ron Mcriillivray. 8t. Andrete% R*v J. V. Mc- 
Donnell. Pimvfuetfe^ Rev J. Riihard Pomquettt Forks, Rov .1. J. 
ChiKliolm. TracndRe, Rev F. !)rajiaaanl. Ilnrhour BoueMe^ Rev Herl)ert 
Oerroir. Clutfgboroufjsi, Rev Michael Tomkins. Cape CnnM, Rev D. 
McDonald. Port Mulffrawe, Ruv. Miclinel I^fiin. Port Fdkm^ Rev. 
Pelcr Fourgeron. 

CJlVK Bur.To3i.~^ArichaL, Rev J- Quinnan, n i>. Little ArichiU, Rev 
W. I. Talbot D^Kscumae^ Rev Jamos Qninan, jr. VAnloise>y Rcr 
M. EXhier. R^l Mands, Rev John McDongall, River Bourgetois, Rev 
C. P. MnrteU. Ennt Bay^ licv Neil McLeod. Grand Narnnv's, Rev &I. 
McKetiKie. Boff St. jLnwrence^ Kcv. G. McAuley. Boitdaie^ Rev R. 
Grant. Cape North, Jngoninh^ Rev George McAuley. Nwth Sydney, 
Rev Daniel MolatwUt. LittU Brns d'Or, Rfev M* McPhorson. Smith 
^'«fr/««», Rev James 'mnan. J/fK/»-<»-/)»ew, Rtfv John Quinan. Creit/' 
HuJi, Rev IK l^neron. JtuUtjue, Rev Archibald diisholin. Pwt Bhorl^ 
Rev Colin CliiRh<4ni. Broad Co(fe^ Rev Dpnatd OltMiQlin. Afoirtfaree, 
Rev K. McDonald. Cheticanip, Rev I'eter Flsset. {rlade Bav, Rer John 
Shaw. Mf^oa, Rev K. J. Macdomtld. CoutBay, Rev li. Chisaohn, Amu, 
Graud Sartvtos, Rev Atex McOINlnky. -.•... ;i..ni, . .n m' ft; T. , .,i , 

v^,-f ^.i^ Kelieiqus ^Ad MterarF IxniUtjitl^na..^^ *TTMK^-'i 

(^.ou.HnK AND S>:mikaikv («<' St< I FKAMCia X AViRR. •^AtaUished in 
(be townof Autigonieb. Rector, Itev.U. Gil Us. Professor*, Rev. Dr. A. 
Ghifimlin, Rev Dr. A. Cameron, RoitDr. N. McNeil, A. McDonaht, Esq., 
ProfttSMtr of Matheiaatics : J. D. Copeland, Professoi o( Cheaiititry; A. 
C'hiDholni, Anaistant Professor of Mathematics. 

•'Ti'ite TttAi'iisT ttoinits. at? TracwdJe, have a fldirisMng establishment. 
The Monks are priniipally natives of Belgium. Here also, thet« is a Con- 



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vert t of th* Sisters of Charity, all natives ofthA;^hic«, and generally ot 
French and Sfcotfch origin. "^ ■ ■. J"n* . i 

Thk SisTKRSOF THK CdistOfttGATiON OF ^QTKE Dame, of Montreal, 
have a grand arid flourishing acadeinjf for ferualc education of the liighuat 
order in the town of Arichat. Besides, there are throughout the diocu>o 
many academies, and superior and common schools, partly supported by 
goveruineut, and partly by cohtribiitiohs of the people. 



PiJKfiBYTRKY OF Syimikv — Miva and Sydney, Rev Hugh McLeod, i> i>. 
Rev Alex Farquharsoin, Rev J. Murra}'. Sf/dney Mines, liev Matthew WiU 
son. Rev Donnjd' McMillan. St. AnrVA anil North S/nn-e, Rev .\braham 
Mcintosh. BotUarderie' Rev David Drummoml. Cnpe Nortft, Rev Peter 
(ylarke. 6'«*rt7-«w rtwrf/'frttttiow^ ReV Donafd Sutherland. Loch Ln^uml, 
liev Gsfvin Sinclair. Otace Bay Mitks, Rev Allan McLban. Ofand 
Rker, Rev G. Lawson Gordon.' / 

PlifcsBYtKKY 

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OF ViCTOiMA ,jA^]i>' Ru;HMf>Ni) — Wltycocimiayh, Rev 
. Port Hastings ai/irt Rice r Deiti<, Rev Wm (J. Forlx-s. 



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Bmhleck and Fork$, kev Keuntlh McKenr<ie. Lak^ AtiiMe, Rer Alex 
(irant West Bay, liev Don MacDougall. MUldUe Jitter, Uev Alex McUae. 

PHESBYTKiiY OF PicTou — 7\r«w Ohsffftw, Revdfi John Stewart, 
(reorg« Walker. French Rtetr, Rev A. P. Miller. Bnmey'$ H'rrrr 
and Blue Mottntaitit, Kev D. I). Blair. Salem Church, Green Hill, 
Rjv ^ ililam Stuart. /Juk Harbor and Ftther'i Grant, Rev William 
Maxwell. i(cot«bin'n, liev Alexander Stirling. HopeweU, Rev Alex 
McLean, a.m. Antiffimish, Rev P. Gnodfellow. Steliai'ttm, Rev Thomaa 
('inninini^. Jtuntt' Church, iVew 0/eM</<«P, Rev E. A. McCurciy. Spring- 
vilU, Kev A. McL. Sinclair. Lochaber and Unitm r^re, Kev Jl F. Iiorbea. 
Glenelg, et.e , Kev Robert Cumming. Vote OMiery and Sutherland' $ River, 
Kev William T. Bruce, M o. Sherhrooke, St. Mnr^$, Rev J»n)eii Quhin. 
Prince St. Church, Pictou, Kev W. Donald. [Inited Church, New GlagffotJ, 
Rf\ Kphraim Scott. Mtrigomith, Rev Daniel McGregor. SiellarUm and 
Vale Collitry, Lev T. Brouillette. 

pRKSBTTEKY f>F Waixacb — NevB AnnoH and Wentworth, Rev Jannm 
Wataon. Goo$e River, Rev W. S. Darragh. Wallace, Kev Jainea Murray, 
A.M. River John, Rev H- B. McKay. Tatainagimche, Rev Thomas 
Sedgewkk. Ptt(/wa$h, liev J. M. Sutherland, a b. Amher$t, Kev Thomas 
Tallach. Sjrringhitl, Rev, C. G- Glass. Wallace, Rev. 8. Boyd. 

Presbytbbt or Tkuho — O^u/lmo, Revds John I. Baxter, J. H Chme, 
A.M. ^'V^ Kev William McCulloch, i>. D. Riverside, Kev A. (/ameron. 
St. PatWs, Truro, Rov John MeMiilan, bd. Upper Lmdtmderry, Rev 
Jenies Sinclair. Stewincke, Kev Edward Graiit. Middle Steunacke, 
Kev Edwin Smith. Truro We$t, Rev A. Burrows. Lower London- 
detry. Rev James McLean. Acadia Mine^. Rev John A. I^>ffan. Coki- 
«^-en7/», Kev James S. Carruthers. Parrsfioro', Rev .\. W. Mcl^eoil. £co-\ 
ttomy, Rev Alex F. ITiomson. Upper Steunacke. Kev J. C. Meek. 

Pkksbytery of Halifax — Mutquodoboit, Rev Robt Sedgwick. Agent 
if the Church, Rev P. G. McGregor, D l>. Fort Ma$^g, Hahfam, Kev K. F. 
Burns, D n. Halifax, Prdf. A. Poilok, dd. Lawrencttuwn, ^c, Rev Alex. 
Stuart. '//n/j/JIfa:, Prof A.McKnight. 9v. HnlifaM, Vrof J. Cur-ie. St. 
MntthexDB, Halifax, Rev. Robert Laing. Dartmouth, Rev P. M Morrinon, 
Newport. Rev EI)enezerMcNab. Richmond, liev A. L. Wyllie. St Antlrew'M. 
Half ax, Kev Ttiomas Duncan. Chalmert Churck, Halifax, Kev 0. B. 
Pitblado. Windsor, Rev A. J. Mowitt. Poplar Grove, Hulijpix, Kev Allan 
Simpson. St. John's, Halifax, Kev John Forrest. KtrUvUle. Kev J. B. 
Logan, a m. Milfn'd, Rev A. B. Dickie. Maitland, Rev T. Chalmers 
Jack. Musqttodtioit Harbour, (j-c. Rev James Rosborough. Bermuda, 
Kev Walter Thorburn. Cornwallis, Rev Archibald MclJougall. Little 
River, Musatuxluboit, Rev Duncan McKinnoii. Kennetcook, Kev A' lam 
Gtinn. Shiibenncfrdie, Kev M. G. Henry. B'dford, liev G. Christie. 
Kempt and Walton, Usv John Mcljsan. ' ElmsdaU, RdV Jacob La; ton. 
AnmijwUa and Bridgetoicn, Rev Gra}'. 

PREsaVTKRY OP LUNENBIIRO AND YARMOUTH— Z««»fnAttr«7, Rev 

W'lliam Duff. Shelburnt, tfc. Rev El)enezer D. Millar. Mahoi e Bay, 
Kev I). S. Fraser. Yarmouth, Kev William Robertson. Bridyewuier, Kev 
John Cameron. New Dublin, Kev A. Brown. iro y •■ 

Presbytery of St. John. — Fredericton, Rev John Brooke, D i>. 
fjondviiden'y and Cantpbell Sett., Kev Andrew Donald. St. John's 
Church, St. John, Rev James Bennett, i> d. Spi'ingjield and Kngli$h 
Settlemtnt. Rev I^wis Jack, Bocabec and Wmoeig, Rev William 
Millen. Calvin Church, St Jolm, Rev David Maclise, n.D. St. Stephens, 
St John, Rev I>onald McRae. St. Af^rew^s Church, St. John, Rev William, 
Mitchell. St. Stephen, 'RevW. v. Begg, ma. C/i'/MK^n, Rev Samuel Johnson. 
/SMMt-a:, Rev James Gray, A.M. St. Davids, St. John, Rev David Waters, 
L,i..i>. Buctoucha and Cocagne, Rev Jrio \f. Murray. Moncton Rev Joseph 



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Hoffg. Curlfton. St. .fuhit, IJav J. C. Durftms, An. Richinvnti, Ri;» Ken- 
neth McKay. Grnml FaU», Rev M. K. INiradm (MiMionarv). Stanlty 
awl Nnthwnnk, \l«v l*oter Melvill«, ma, h i». Prinrr Wilitnm, li«'v Win. 
ItuMfl. WwHhUH-k, lt«'v. J. McCi. McKay. Ilarwij^ l<«v K. Roberta. A'tn- 
cardhie, \h>v 8. Kunitell. 

Pkksijytkkv of Mtramichi— ffiW/' CArtWft, Rev Thomas NhOioIiom. 
Hnthnut, |{ev S. Hoiistcm. 1'iutlham, Rt-v .J. A. F. Mvllriiii, R»?v 1.'. 
Jurilitie, Sf. I). Uliirhdile aiul JJerbif^ Ut\y Tlum (J. JoliiiHtuiie. /><//- 
ImutH-, Rev Ah'XHixIpr Kii^sell. XewCurlith'. la-v Win Murray. Tnltii- 
tmtm; Rhv Win Fof;o. , <^Vf/«/>A«'//^^»^«, Rev .1. 0. HH^linftn. HI ivf: Hirtr, 
Rev John lJ<»l»rrl»on. Itiv/tibiuio, Rov M. Mavkenzie. /Iumi liitftr, Rev , 
John Jtoyd. A'c/r /^ chnumil. Rev 1*. I Jndsa}-. 

ritKHHYTKHV or 1'KINCK Kl»WAHl> Isl.AM> — /7«f</«'9«<', RcV iJolM'tt S. , 

Patterson, a.m. VoKchtad, Rov JaincH Allan. ('IntrltUttnni, R«v 
Isaac jMurrny. i». i>. Ceort/eiouii, Rev John McKinuon. I'utlai/ittfl, 
Rev Alexander Munro." Richmnul Bay, Itev H. Crawford. ' Xltm 
Chnt'ch, CViniiotttloirn^ Uev J. M. Mclleod. Suiniuertlilf, Rev Neil 
McKay, tit. Jame$, Charlottetovm. Rev Kenneth Mol/iiinnn. Princt- , 
town^ Rev llobert Laird. «b'f. Peten, Rev -W. Scott. Mount Sf.ei04irt 
and West St. Peter's, Rev W.R. Frame, //ay Fortum, (fc, R«v Jolin (i. 
Camer«»n. i^f/**^ St. Pettis, Rov S. C Gunn. \Vt»t liiver, Rev Wni. 9''W'' 
West PoiiU, Cuni^tbelltoii, «fc., Itev Charles t'raser. Albertun nml Thjiihh, 
Rev Arthur F. Carr, a.m. Woodeilk, Rev John Sutherland- Aftirmy 
nnrhnur. Rev Krne«t S. Buyne. CavetulUh and Naw Glasyow, R.;v W. 1*. 
Ajrchibald. Bel/nat, Rev ,<1l. S. Stewart. 

• i PuKSBVTKHV i»K Nkwf(>i;m>l.anu— >S<. JoJih'b, Uev MoHus ilarvey, 
Rev \j. ii. McNeill, am. Harbor Gr/fce, Kev Alexander Row.-Bitjfof 
IslnjuU^ Rev. D. Creclman. Jietis' Cove, Kev A. Gunn. 

FonKKiN ^Ii.s.sioNAi{iK8— Rev John W. T^fcKenzie, Efnte; Rev Joseph 
Annand, Aneityum; Rev. H. A. R4>bertHon, JCromanga, New /iebrides; 
Rev John Morton, Srwnima Grande; Rev K. J. Grant. San Fanaudo; Rev 
ThonvuH Cliristiev Cohvii, Tnnidud. 

Geiwrat Treasurer, Rev P. G. McGregor, d.d., Halifax. Clerk, R^jv 
P &1. Morrison, Dai tiuouth. ,. 

College of the Fresbytertftn Oltitreh.' 

TuKnuxiifM' DjirAUT»iK>iT AT liM.itAX— Pro/. <tf Systematic Theo- 
t*}(fji,\it\ AI^x JVIcKiii^ht, ».D» Prof, of Jltltrem and J<jsei;eJ>is, Ri-v John 
(yurrio. Prof, of uiurch JUistorjf and Pastoral TJieolotjii, iJev ^lllan 
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MINISTSB8 OP ASSOGIATBD BAPTIST OHUBCHES. 

Central Aseooiation. \ 

Hfdifax^ Revda. J. F. Avery, J. W. Blanniug, An., John Miller, R. R. 
Philp, A o., v.. M. Saunden, 4 m., and D. G.Shaw. Walton, Rev. Jeremiah 
Bancroft. Maillaad, IlanU^ G. N. Italientine, Bei-wick. Revdn S. McC 
Black, A n., I). O. Parker, A M. Nero Germany, M. "W. Brown, A i». 
Wt^'vilU. Revd8 John Chase, J. M. Ciamp,. u i>., IC. A. Crawley, i> p., S. 
W. DeBlois, a m., A. W. Sawyer, i> i),, Isaiah Wallace, A m., and I). M. 
Welton, A M., ni i>. KentrtUe, Rev F. 1). Crawley, A b. Canmiit/, Rcvtls 
1). Freeman, a m., Stqplteu March. Green/i'tUl,Bev A- K. Inf,'raui. Canard, 
Rev.. S. B. Kenipton» A M. Windsin', Rev K. M. Keirstead, A \i. Uaimiwwta 
PltnKs, Rc^'d« Wallace Lucas, William Speticer. Stewiacke, Rev James 
Meado^^s. Cnmbridf/e, R«v J. F. Murray,' a h. Kempt, RcnmIs Danf^'l 
Mcl^efid, George W<*ather8. Neio GUinimt*. Itev P. S McGregor. Neirpoii, 
Rev J. A. McLean. Long Point, Rev D. Pineo. Kinnston, Ayletford,Hiiv 



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K. O. Read. Upper Ayltqford, Key. J. L Read. Cketter. Rer I. J. 
Skinner, a b. Ua^erame, Rev .lameii Stcrens. Trrnumt Kev f^har'.es 
Tapper, d d. BiUioien, Bydner Welion. Hamttpoit^ Rev Kdw Wbilnian, 
A B.. Afakone Bay, Rev John Williamr. 

The Central Association, comprising the countiea of Kings, Hants, 
Lunenburg and Halifax, meets tnii year at Windtior on the Saturday 
following the aOth of June, 1880. 

Weatern AaaoolBtion. 

Parker* » Cove, Rev H. Achilles. Nktaux, Rev W. A. .). Blakeney. 
Port Lome, Rev J. E. Blakeney. Ltttorencttoton, Rev .1 C. blakfiify. 
Pnrndue, Rev John Brown. Lower Granvillt, Rev F. Benttle. ffthrdn, 
R*v A. Cohoon. YurmoutJt, Rcvds John CUrk, G. K. D«v. Lake Gem-yt, 
Rev A. Cogswell. New Tuaket, Rev A. J. Cogswell. Tutktt, Rev P. R. 
Foster. We$tport, Rev l» B. Gates. Liverpool, Rev G. O. Gates. Hfitlbvrnr, 
Rev G. H. Gondy. New Albnnv, Rev E. J. Grant. Anminolis, Rev T. A. 
Higgins. JUelvern, Revds W. E. Holl, Obed Parker. Arcadia, Kev. A. 
H. havers. Digbu Neck, Rev J. C Rforse. Mtlton, Queens Co.. Revds P. 
F. Murray, J. I. DeVVolf. Ragged lilands, Rev J. F. McKoune. Miltm, 
Yniinouih Co., Rev J. B. McQuiilin. Saulnterville, Rev M. Nomiondy. 
8t. Mary's Bay, Rev W. L. Parker. Clements, Kev J. M. Parker. Chegot/- 

C, Rev 11. N. Parrj'. Barrington, Rev W. H. Kichan. Ohw, Rev Jolin 
we. Middleton, Rev J. H. Robbins. Diaby, Rev J. H. Sanders. Deer- 
Jitld, Rev J A. Stubbert Aylesfyrd^^av Chas Tupper, i» ». Beaver River, 
Rev G. B. Titus. Briflgetown, Rev W. H. Warren. 

The Western Association, comprising the counties of Tarmcath, Digby, 
Shelbume and Annapolis, meets tius year at Freeport, on the third Saturday 
of June, 1880, at 10 o'clock, A. M. 

Baatem Aaaooiation. 

Oxford, Rev J. J. Armstrong. Cmtuo, Rev A. W. Barss. Tatamagouche, 
Rev D. W. Crandall. Pugwash, Revds H. Bool. Edwin Clay, d i>. Trwv, 
Revds D. W. C. Dimock, J. E. Goucher. St. Mary's, Rev Henry Eagles. 
Great Village, Revds M. P. Freeman, T. B. Lay ton. Upper £coit<mif. Kev 
A. E. Ingram. Parrsboro, Rev J. F. Kempton. Athol, Kev David McKeen. 
St. Andrew's, Rev. Jas Meadows. AnUierst, Revds G. F.Miles, D. A. Steele. 
LUile River, Cumb Co^ Rev Samuel' Thompson. Antigomshe, Rev F. O. 
Weeks. Onslow, Rev C. H. Martell. Brookjie'd, Rev R. H. Bishop. 

The Eastern Association, comprising the counties of Colchester, Cum- 
berland, Guysborough, Pictou, Sydney and Cape Breton, meet at Advocate 
Harbour on the second Saturday in July, 1880. 



BAPTIST OONVBNTION 
Of Nova Bootia, New Bninawiokt P. X. laland. 

President. Charles F. Clinch, Mosquush, N. B. Vice-Presidentf, John 
March, St. John.N. B., B. H. Eaton, Halifax, N. S., Rev D. G. McDonald, 
Churloftetown, P. E. I. Secretary, Rev E. M. Keirstead, Windsor, N. S 
Assistant Secretary, Rev. J. T. Eaton, St Stephen, N. B. Treasurer, J. 
Albert Black, Amherst, N. S. Assistcmt TVeasurer, William Cummings, 
Truro, N. S. 

The Baptist Convention of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and P. E. 
Island, meets this year at Hillsborongh, N. fi., on the first Saturday after 
the 18th August. 

Board of Foreign Misaiona. 

Hon A. McL Seely, Revds J. M. Cramp, d »., W. P. Everett, D. A. 
Steele, 6. E. Day, W. A. Corey, A. J, Wilcox, I. E. Bill, E. Hickson. J. E. 
Hopper, and T. P. Davies, J. H. Harding, A. F. Clinch, A. W. Masters, 
John March, Esqs. 



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Board of Homo Mlaalono. 

Kcvdti O K. Day, m n., A. Ck>hoon, J. CUrk, J. R. McQuillan, A. If. 
' Lavem. (i. Y. Parrv, and A. C. Rubttint, J. C. AiKl«r»on. W. K. Doty. W. 
A. C. Randall, James Crosby, P. D. Kinney, A. S. Murray, Dea A. Simpson, 
. John MaroU, Ksqis. 

I Ministerial Sdnoation Board. 

' Kevds ^. U. Kcmpton, A. W. Sawver, d i>., Stephen W. DeRlois, Isaiah 
Wallitee, U. W. M. Carey, D. (i. McIJouald, Hon James McDonald, m rr., 
and J. VV. Bants, C. F. Luton, Ksqrrt. 

Aoadia CoUese. Wolfrillo. 

GovRR!foRfl— Rev A. W. Sawyer, D v., President of Uie Collnre, te 

offifUi. A. VV. Masters, Rev S. B. Kempton, a ft., J. II. Harding, William 

l<aulkn«r. Hon D. McN Farker, M n , Rev W. p. Everett, a m., Bev Geo 

I Armstrong, A M^ Rev E. M. Saunders, am., Kev S. W. DeBlois, A M., Rev 

I r. F. BUI, Rev E. Hickson, am., Mark Curry, T. H. Rand, u.cx., B H. 

' I*Iaton. A M . D. R. F^aton, Avard Lonule,-, m r., John K. Calhoun, M p p., 

A. F. Randolph. Secretary, Kev S. W. DeBlois, A u. Treaaurer, A. DeW 

Barsa, u i>. 

Dicta uTMKXT ok Abts Faculty— Rev A. W. Sawver, d n.. President, 
and Proi'essor of Moral Philoaopliv and Evidences of (Jhristiaoit}'. Rev J. 
I M. Cramp, i> i>., Professor linieritus. Rev I<^ A. Crawlev, n l>.'. Professor 
of Mental Philosophy and Political Economy. D. F. Higgins, a m.. Pro- 
fessor of MatJiematics. R. V. Jones, a m.. Professor of the Greek and 
I^tin La^guagOH. Rev D. M. Wclton, Pit D., Professor of Klietoric. J. E. 
TuA«, A M.^ Professor of History. G. F. Kennedy, a m.. Professor of H^atural 
Science. 

Thbulooical Department — Rev E. A. Crawley, n d.. Principal, 
and Professor of Hebrew, New Testament Greek, and Exegesis. Kev. A. 
W. Sawver, u D., Professor of Evidences of Clirintianily. Kev D. M. 
Weiton, pu D., Professor ot Christian D«jctrines and Pastoral Duties. 

Aasoof ated Alamni of Aoadia Oollese. 

President, E. D. King, Esq., am.; Vice President, Rev G. M. W. Carey, 
A M.; SecreUinr, B. H. Eaton, Esq, a m.; Treasurer, L. M Smith, A n. ; 
Directors, R. JST. lieckwith, Esq. A. Coldwell, A M., U. H. Bligh, A M., Kev 
W. P. Everett, Rev J. W. Manning, a b. ^■„^, .i; .: 



Horton Aoademj. 

Prof J. F. Tufts, M A., Principal, Latijt and Ancieat History. Mr. .7. B. 
Hall, PHD., Vk)e-PrincipaL Greek and English. Albert C«Idwell, ma., 
Maiheniatics. Prof G. T. Kennedy, (of Acadia College) Natural Science. 

Ladiks Skmimary. — Miss Mary E. Graves, Principal. Mdlle. Hngnenin, 
French. Mi«>s Carrie Whidden, J ^gli•ih. Mias Augusta J. Dodg«, Music. 
MiHK Eliza Harding, Painting ait. Drawing. Mr and Mrs G. Kenned}', 
Steward and Matron of Male Depariinent. 



METHODIST CHURCH OF CANADA, 

..,,,.! i^.. Those marked thus (*) are Supernumeraries. ''"^' 

Nova Scotia Conference. 
Rev S. F. Hnestis, President; Rev Jabez A. Rogers, Secretary, 
Haukax DiHTiiiCT.~HnlifcLe{y(»th), S. F. Huestis, 0. M. Tyler, 

Win H. Evans, ♦Edmund liottPrelI.»J<»hn L. Sponagle, •T. Watson Snntb. 

HaltfftxiSotUh), S. B. Dunn, W. Arthur Black, a.b, 'John S. Addv. 



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Conference Office. — Rev !>. Pjckaitl, JB(X)|c Steirani; Kev D. D. Cuirle, j 
Kditor. Dartmouth, I. M. MpHIsIi. <'T. Ahj^whi. ' Z^r/r/vwrf frwrw, Jno Wier. i 
WUaisor, Kalph Breeken, A M-,*M. Uichey, i>i).,»Jc4iuMcMnrn"y, *Kol»iul 
Murton. llaMnport, A. 1). Morton, am. JJorton, Tbon-as Kogeiv, am., I 
Beujainin Hills, a it., *(jr. Johnson. Kmtrille, Paul Prefttvrood I^eia- i 
port, V. II. \V. Pickle?. Avomlale, R. A. Daniel, »K. llretth . DHrlm;/- \ 
ton and Walton, G. O. Hueatis. iit MovijnreVs liny, ami Samfno, .t. ! 
II. Davis. Bermuda, {ITmnilton and Simterset), E. IS. Moore, (yhnphiiii \ 
to Wesleyans in Army and Navy, and B. (!. Bovtlen, a it. ffernuuln, 
{St. Georf/e's ami Iiailey'$ Boy)', Win Kyan^ ChapJam to Wesleyaivs iu 
Army, and J. L. I)a*soi:, a ii. ■ ' [ 

Tkuro DisTitH'T — Trvruj K. Alder Tenjpfe (Chairman). Acadia \ 
Mines, U. IJ. Mack. Onslfur, V. II. Wrfohf, A ii Pictu^t, .los. <;. 
Angwia. St^Uurf-on, A. F. ^Veklon Jiizer Joku, ,). A^Wmry. Maetlimd. 
Thomas D. Hart (Financial ^'«cretan')- Slml/erttimdie, (ieo F. Day. AUd- 
die MusqiuxloU)it, \V. G. Lane Alu»<jmduboU Harbour^ Joscpll M. Fislier. 
Sheet Harbor, G. O. Robinson, A n. »i-*iifii, < U ■: ^'A ,••'>■* ,;:;,; | 

(J(jMBKHT..\Ni> Di-STRic.'" — Aiiiherst, .Tabes A. Rogera, Sec*y 'of Confer- \ 
once, (Chairman), ♦Kobert Tweedie. Warrtn, Wm l'llr^'is. Napnan tf 
Minudie. J. B. Giles (Finftm.ial Secretary), J<ihi»M. l*fkc. yfalhice, Josejrfi 
Hale. Pu()im$h, I. F. Thi'.rlow. River PhUip, G. W. Tuttle. Oxford, , 
I). W. Johoaton, a ru Wentioorth, James Sharp*. Pun'$born\ J. B. 
Hemmcon. Southa:npt9n, John Craig, ^Kichey Bint. Atkol, WiUiam : 
Alcorn. AJvoea*^: Harbor. C. W. Swallow, a u. I 

GuTSBOBc' ani> C. B. \yiBTHicT— Guysboro, .»!»ine9 Ttreedy, •James; 
Buckley. Canso^ .lohn W. Howie. Manchester, K. \L Eneland, (Fiiian- ' 
cial Secretarv). Conntry Harbor, W. H. Laii/fille. Sifilnejf, Jos S. I 
Collin, (Chafnnan). S>/«lney {Nm-fh), David Hickey. (r».l^iras. It. O. ; 
Johnson. Port Hawke^ury, J. A. Mosher. Po>t /ioix/, George Johnson, i 
Inyoiiiah, 11. Williams. I 

Annap«>i.I8 District— >l»wifl/»/i«, A. W. Nicholson. ' Gram'itHe Pei'vy.^ 
Williiim H. Heartz Bridijeimon, Caleb Parker, *.l. F. Bent. Middktoa, ' 
Itichd Smith, (Chairman). Ayle»/ord, Josej^i Gaetr, ( Financial Secretary), | 
L. Stevens. Berioick, J. Cassidy. Canning, James Strothard, *J. G. : 
Hennigar. Hitlsbttrg, Craiiswick Jost, a m. Difiby, K. Wasson. Wey^ \ 
HMiUh, Wm AJnIey. Digby.Neck and Westpoi't, i*. A. Robinson. j 

LivBRPOOL DisTiHOT — Liverpool and MUton.Vf. C. Brown, (Chairman), i 
C. Lockhart Calixhnin, J. G. Bigiiey. Pot't Mouton^ J. "W. Shepberdson. 
Mill Village, D. U. Scott. Petite Rioiert, John Johnson. Limenbtrrfi, A. 
S. Tuttle (Financial Secretary). Ritcey's Coce, Arthur llockin. IVe^r 
Germany, John (ice. if/'/fA/eMmfc?'. Godfrey Shore. 

Yarmouth Distrkt.— I'wnww/A, (Sovth) J. J. 'D'asdale. (Financial 
Secretary). Yartmmth (ATor^/i), John Lathern, *Ingram Sutcliffc. 
Arcadia.^ Jatines Taylor, (Chaimvan). //efrrow, G . F. Johnston, A i*. Blrtr- 
rinyton, Jain«s K. Hart. Port Ln Tour, R. McArfbur. North East 
Harbor, James Scott. Shelburne, J. R. liorden. Lockfmrt, Wm licown. 

Mount Allison Wesleyan GoUeee, SaokviUe, N. B. 

Faculty ok Arts— James R. Inch, ix i>.. President and Professor of 
Mental Philosophy and Logic. Rev C. Stewart, v> i>.. Professftr of Moml 
Philosophy an (f Christian ICvidences. Alfred I). Smith, a m.. Professor of 
Classics. Rev Jolni Uurwash, A m.. Professor of Cl*'iHii*t»v fiml Kxperi- 
mental Physics. Iiich.ird C. Weldou, A M., ru !>., Protossor of Mathenuitics. 

Kacuktv ok Tiiiior.'voY— Jan>,e R. Indi, rj, r>., l'resi(l<!Mt (Kx oHicio). 
Professor of Logic aiwl Bibliciil Literature, liev C Stewart, ii. ik, l>ettn, 
Professor of Old Testament Is.^egctys, and Systematic Theology. Rev J. 
BurwHsh. M A., Professor of' lloiuiletics. Rev. C H. Paisley, am., Pro- 
fessor of New Testament Greek. A. D. SQ>ith, At a., Proit.v:^r i.f Greek. 



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Mount Allison Academy. 

Makk Branch — Facnltv. Kev. C. II. Paisley, am., (Principal) Natural 
Science; Henry A. Puwi-ll, a a., &latlicmutic;i; Leonard Allison, a B-, 
Knglixli Deprtrtment and I>atin. 

Fkmale Bkanch — Principal, Kev 1). Kennedy, 8ti>. Matfon, ^IisD. 
Kennedy. Chief Preceptress, Alis.s Adelaide H. VVhitfiold. Board ot Instruc- 
tion. Kev I >. Kennedy, L i- n., LanjjuaKes, Loj^ic, etc. IMiss Adelaide II. 
Whitfield, Natural Sciences and Mathematics. Aliss Blanch llonnett, Belles 
Lettres, etc. Miss Hannah .Iohn.son, mi<a., Kngli.'sh JivpJU'fnient Mt^ 
McKjanhy, Drawinf^f, Painting, etc. Miss M. K. Picknrd, m r. A., Music. 
Miss Lavinia M. Stewart, MuAic. Miss Miriam Fullerlon, Stewardess. 

Alumni Society Mount Allison College and Academy. 

Rev. D. Chapman, President; J. B. Snowball, M. P., B. Kussell, m a., 
L. AIli!<on, An, Vice-Presidents; B. C. Weldon, Secrctarv-Treasurer; 
J. L. Black, M 1' r., and K. C. Weldon, Members ot Board of Governors. 

AltuhnsB Association Mount Allison Iiadies' AckdemT* 

Miss Ilattie P^. Smith, m.l A.. President; Mrs B. F. Chandler, m.l A., 
Mrs. G. W. Burbridge, Mrs. G. Guest, Vice-Presidents; Miss Grace Locli- 
hart, B.-«., Secretary and Treasurer.^^p^.^j^jj '^SADia'^A ' 

,^^^x\ Halifax Young Men's Wesleyan Institute. 

President, Joseph Bell; Vice-Presidents, Rev .Tames Shatnie, ^'.R. Moi- 
row; 8ecietary, M. H. Hichey, jr.; Asst Secretary, Jas A. Knight; Trea- 
surer, Juhn Mclnnis; Committee, H. H. Bell, £. bereham, K. Theakston, 
S. L. Shannon, jr. ; Librarian, I). C. Palmer. 

Halifax "Wesleyan City Mission. 

~T It' 

President, Rev W. H. Heartz. Committee, James B. Morrow, 
Joseph Bell, Wm B. McNutt. Wra H. Webb, J. Wesley Smith, John 
Mclunes, Kntiis J. Sweet, VViliiam (Jrow«, Hon S. L. Shannon, George U. 
Starr, Dr R. S. Black, Joseph S. Belcher, Samuel 11. Black, 8. M. Brooktield, 
Edward Lloyd, C. p. Longard. Treasurer, Jairus llarU Secretary, D. 
Henry Starr- Missionary, Major Tlieakstou. > .a.,*.'// -iji 

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THE PRESBYTEBIAN CHURCH IN THE MARITIME 

wnvr.'Sfr'&^^oviMCES. ^^ asi^i^ 

IN CONNKCTION AVITH TlIK CHUHCII OF .SCOTLANn. 

PnF.aBYTKKV OK PiCTOU.— -Rcv A. J. McKichan, MiHleratw. Rev 
i Robert McCunn, A m.. Cleric. St. Andrew'g, Pictim. vacant. ^SV. Pnufs, 
] Ea$t River, Pictou, Kev VV. McMillan. St. OdmrUta, Wtat Branch, East 
: River, vacant. SuUartwi ami WesfvUle, Kev Charlf^s Dunn. AfcLtllan's 
! Mountain, Kev William Stewart. Barney's Rice.r aj,U Ejvnaher, Kev A. J. 
' McKichan. Rnt/er's IJill and Cape John, Kev J. W. Fraser, am. Rirer 
; Jdhn, Kev A. McCunn, M A. (iairlach, vacant. Mr I). McKunzie, student, 
i is l.ibour'ng at KailtoWn as catechist The Piclou l're>l)ytery holds its 
meetings on the last Wednesdays of February, May, August and Dtri-uil»er. 

pHiNf'K Ki)\VAi;i) Lsi.AM), Kev John (ioodwill. 

Since the Union, consummated June I5th, 1875, the minority of the 
late Synod of the MaiitiMic I'rovlmcs in coiiiu'ctioii with tiie (-'iuivch of 
Scotland, continue to co-operate wit ii the United Church iu the Kducational, 
Foreign Mission, and Widitws' (Si Orphans' Schemes. 



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PtiHiip: tlip I«!»t ypJir a new conp^rountion Iur been orfl;niii'/p(l nt Vnlc 
Collcry nnil SutUci-lan<l'D Uivpr, and n Rfi^f^ion Httition nt rishor'n (Jniiit. 

Tn conttectJrtti v»'itl» tbo Ohiiroh of .Sooilancl in tl»«< Multlmo I'rovhicen a 
Supplcniotitiirv Kiind hitn Itecii »Pt In opiM-rttion, of which llic K«v ClirtHps 
Ounn in (/onvVnnr, Uuv Williiini MrMiilrtn, HccrctAiy, and lion .tanica 
FrMser, New (tlawHi'Ow, 'IVeasurer. 



OONaRSOATlONAL UNIOlVf OF NOVA BOOTIA AND 

NEW BliUNSWfCK. 

Kenn'i'l- Riiltfc^ N. li.. Uov Simeon SvKor; ShefHM, N. W., Kev Jo!>pph 
Bailtor; St. John, iV. /?., Kpv C, \\. WooiUnok ; VnvnwHth, U.-v AIpx 
Mcdrcffor; CtieboffHf, Hcv .laniPH Shipperley ? LivevjHwL Kev I>. MoCircfror, 
n.A.; afiJton, Rev Knooh Hnk«>r; PlcfimtU Kifor on4 Ohi<K Mr- !>• flii-kcyj 
(?(i««i««. Mr. G Kullor; Mnitlaml^ liantu 0>.. Kev .1. H. llRwesi /VoiV (iti'f 
Seltna, Kev J. VV, (^)x; Hitmomy, Ki'v K. Rose; MtmfhfKfer^ Rev .r«coI/ 
WliitniiUi; Murqnt'ee, 6% Eev VV'in l*eacocii{ J. B. Wodrow, bt. John, 
N. B., (Treasurer). 



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ITai!fa.r, vacant; Rerch Ifitf, Rev AloTt Bailey? Prcgfnn^^e (iporpe 
Oarvpi'y; Carle, on^ N. B„ Rev Saml R. Walls; Cortm/iUif,^ Rev John 
Smith : Mhttionarif, Rev N. GrayUtn. TIuh ABSOciation meets tbe tint 
Saturday in Septeml>c>* of each year. 



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Rt R«'V R. R. l)i(«ney. Bishop, Chnfhnm, OntaHo. Halifnx, Rev C. W. 
Doiiwy, Uislrlct Book StPWnnl; Rev Jessie Coleman. Liverikiol, Rev \V. 
J. A. 'lohnson, SooretarA' of Confifi'encc. Shefhuitie, Rer- Oeorge W. Sndth. 
Vavmmth^ Rrtv 0. W. Brown. Anihent. Rev W. C Brook. 5/. John and 
C^ifletoH, Kev. W. C llmoki, (inv»f)oiy}u*fh, Rov. Charted UamiUon. St. 
Thomas, Danish \V. /., Rev E. Mel. Harper. 



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Ynrmoufh CtMn/t/— Rev U'm M. Knollin, Yarmouth; Rpv F. Bn'ipork, 
Tusket; Rev 0. Cann and Rev J. F. ^Sinith, Heaver Klvor; Rev 8. K. Vi'^nst. 
I>eerrtel<l: Roy l>. Oram, IJppor, Arpde; Rev W. Weston, Upper Pubnico. 
SheUiiirn* <\)Mf»/jy— Kov A. Swim, Hear Point; Rev T. O. l>eWltt, t>ne 
8at)le Island ; Rev W. Oowney and J. I. Porter, Barrinj^ton; Rev Ed'",!. 
Croxvell, P«»rt Eitonr. Qwcns (^>wn^y — Rev S. N. Royal, Port Medway. 
Kintfn Ot>Httjf—H«v Mr. Vxnwort, HI uk K'lck : Rev ,L Cox, Canninp;. 
Hfnt* r.iMW/j/— Rov (iPo E. Stnrffps. Walton. Jf<il)/<i.v County --Hev Joiui 
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Rev CharU»s E. ros<man, Lmunhtnu] ; Kov .1. IT. Ilonton, ^''A/z/cwfl^fr; 
Rev l>. Luther Roth. Luntnljurff ; Upv J. A. SchofFor, AL^Jame /iaji. 



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UNIVEBBITV OF HALIFAX. 

ViBiTon.— IU-» Honor (li«' I,|pul.-(^ivprnor of Nt»rn Kt-otlB. 
Srnatk.— <Virr»fp//«f, Hpv. GcoigoW. Illll.D c.i,.,VinH.; Vice-Chan- 
rellor, WilllHiii J. HmiiB, Kcq. 

Fia,i-(>w«. — ITon Mr Jiisiicc Wilkinn, i».c.l., Vind ; Tfon 8. L. 
Slinnnor, dim,., Vi»<l ; K«'V riincipul Hohh, dm., Qiicoti'h Coll, Out; 
Pr»»f\>H!<or (i(>orn«! Liiwwon, I'li.n., i.r, d., IV1<(}ill Coll ; Hcv Proft-ssor 
MoKiiiyht, I) i». ; lU'v I'rcsiflftu I)nr;. d.c.i,., VInil ; Uvv Jolm 
Aiuhrns^', A.M., V^ind ; Hev ThoinnH J. Duly, ma., iSt Mnry's; Her 
HonnId McDuimld, a.u., St Mary'a; Hun l*. ('Hrti'iet Hill, u.v.t.., 
VInd. ; I'rofi'ejiMr 1). V. Ili^ryitiH, am., Acndin ; Kdwnrd Fnrrcll, 
Ksq, A.n., St Mniv'9, m.i». ; Mtttthew II. Hirliey, Ef<(|., m.p..; 
Diivid Allison, m.I)., Violoriii Coll., Out., (Supf of lOdiicntion) ; 
I'lOHidtMit .Tumcs H. Iticli, Li,.i) , SHckvllle; lion liiiwrencc 0. I'ower, 
AH, St Mnrv's ; Ucv E. M. Sunnders, a.m. Ariulin ; lion. John 8. 1). 
Thompson, ICnq, Altornoy (icnernl; li. K, Dliuk, Esq, mu , L r c n., 
Edinhur^li ; Aloxaiidcr 1*. Held, Eho, m.i>., l.h.c.w., EdinhnrKli ; Hon 
Jndu-e .lohnston, M A ; Kev A. M((iic;;or ; Hcv 1). Iloncvniun, i».c li., 
VInd; llev T. A. llimiinp, m.a., Acmliu. Hetfintmr, F. C. SHinl- 
clirnst, Oltit'O, 12 I'rinco 8t, fitilirax. L'luihman of Cnnvoratinti, M. 
n. DhIv, Ehu., ha. M.I'., Clerk «/' Omvoratioti, H. II. Eaton, m.a. ; 
OiUcc, ilugslciu Building, Ibllia St., llHJit'ux. 



DAIiHOUSIE OOLLEOB AND UNIVBRBITY, HALIFAX. 

BoAni) OF OovKiiNOHB — llon Sir Wm Yoanp, Knight, Chief Jui- 
tice ol Novn Scotia, ('/lairnitni. lion Sir Chas Tupju'r, k.c.m o , c.B., 
m.o., m.i\, lion J. \V. Uitrhie, Judge of Supreme Court of Novn Hcotni. 
Hon S. L. SImnnon, q.c, Very Ucv Geo M. Grant, d.d., Principal, 
Queen's UnivcrHitv, Ont, James F. Avery, »i.i) , William J. Htairs, 
Esq, VIoe-Chancellor of the UniverHlty of Halifax, Hon Alfred G 
JimcB, Esq, WlUhun P. West, Es<i, Rev .John McWillnn, M a., n d., 
licv John Forrest, John S. MadeBU, Enq, Peter Jaek, Eb«i, John 
DouU, Esq, His Worship the Mayor of Halifax, ex nffirin, Herbert A. 
Bnync, m.a., ph d , President AInmni Asso'-intlon, r.t offfch, George 
Thomson, Esq, Trctwtner. William M. Donll, Ksq, JSWretari/ 

FACirLTY OK Arts — Very Uav Principal Boss, n.n., Pro fptitor of 
Ethics and Pofitiral Econnmt/. Rev William Lyall, ll.t>., PivfeaHor of 
Lofjic and Mctaphjuira. ('harles Macdonald, m.a., Profensar of Afatha- 
miitics. John Johnson, m.a., Proffsunr of Clmslvn. George Lawson, 
pii.n., LL.D. Profuxor of Chemistry and Mineralw/i/. James DeMill, 
M.A., Professor oj History and Rhetoric, James Gordon McGregor, m.a., 
DSC , Professor of Mathematical and Experimental Physics. James 
Liochti, Esq, Ttttor in Modem Lamfuayes. 

Dkpartmknt of Scikncr— Very Uev Principal Ross, d.d., Pro- 
fessor of Politif^d Economy. Rev Wni Lyall. LL.d., Profrssor of Loffic. 
Charles Macdonald, m.a , Professor of Matheinatlcn. John Johnson, 
M.A., Professor of fMtin. George Lawson, rii.D., M..!)., Professor of 
Inorganic Chemistry and Hiolorficnl Scirnre. James DeMill, M.A. . /Vo- 
fessor of English. Jiinie."< IxMchti, Professor of French, German and 



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C'^pnnish. Jntnos Oordoti McGr?nor, ma., prc, ProfeMor of E.rperi- 
menhil and MathrnuUlatl f'/i'^sics. Itcv David Iloiicytimii, U.O.L., 
Professor of (j!fiolni}if, Pah'imtaloijtf, Miiifivahu/i/. 

TiMiMs. — The Winter Sonsion for 1879-80 eminences on Wednesday, 
Oct 29, 1S7'.>, and ends on April 21, 1880. The Kuinmer SeHHion oom- 
nionoos on Munday, April 20, 1880, and cIohch June 30, 1880. 

Incouporati') Ai.umni — Horltcit Af Jinyne, M.A., vn.u.,Pr€.ii(fent. 
Hnj;!. McKon/.io, m.a., I'ltePrcsideut. James Forrest, m.a., /Vm- 
SHnr. Francis 11. Hell, u.a., iScrniary. Robert Se<lj;owiek, ij.a , 
Walter S. Doull, h.a., Janu'S M. Oxloy, u.a , Dniieiui ('. Fruser, u.a., 
Jauies (/aruiirhael, h.a., Execuliw. Committee, (wil/i Oj/icein), 



HALIFAX MBDICAIi COLLEOB, HALIFAX. 

(Incorporated by Act of I'arliament.) 

Faculty or Mbdicink — U. 8. Black, ^r.n., i. ii.o.s., Kdin., Hmerifus 
Pivf} .^sor of ( M>s(etrirs and I^imident of the. Fantlti/. Alex 1*. Kcid, M.n., 
L.K.C.8., Edin. L.C.P., nuds., Cnuada, Prtifcssors of t/ie Prhuu^^k's and 
Practice <y Medirjve, and Clinind Medicine.. W B. Slayter, m.d., 
M.R.o S.L., F.O.S., Lond., L.n.c.r. Kng., A, 11. Woodlll, M.n.* Professors 



)., iroft'ssnr oj r-ni/siofO(fij ana inirrosrojtif. i,iC0r;^e 
\j. Sinclair, m.i>., New York, m.i>., IJniy. Halifax, Professor of Ana- 
tomu. t) A. Campbell, M.i>., c.a:,, II. McI). Henry, ll.h., ProftiiSQrs 
of Stedical Jurisprudence. B. G. I'aee, m.d., m.u.c.s., Loud., Lecturer 
on Uotamj. Mr W. H. Waddell, Instructor in Procticnl Chemist nf. 
Mr C. E. Piittner, fnstrnctor in Practical /V»f?"; c.v. I)r Campbell, 
f)*'motistnifor of Anntomij. Dr. A. P. Held, Dean v"i JVmisurer Dr 
J. F. Black, Iie;jistrar, Dr A. Lawsou, Assistant /.iyuiUat. 



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TECHNOLOOIOAJ. INSTITUTE, HALlii'AX. ^ « 

(Established 1877.) ;iy^i;'y .:,:( 

Patrons — lion Sir William Younff, Kr, Chief Justice of Nova 
Scotia; Wni J. Stairs, Es<i, Vieo-Chancellor of the University of 
Halifax. 

Offi OB BKARRRS — President, Professor Lnwson, pii d., ll.d. ; Victt- 
President, John Somcrs, M i). ; Secreturt/ and Treasurer, llev David 
Honeyinan, d.c.l.; Audiiois, John Somers, m.i>., Andrew Dcwar, 
Ai*cliitect. 

Faci '-.rv OJ? IvsTRUCTORS — Professor Lawson, ph.d., i.l.d., f.i.c , 
Lecture^- in A:p-'.:( 'turai Chenu'stri/ and Botanff. Professor DeMill, m.a., 
Ijectuifir in Encjiist. Prolbjaor J.<ieclui, fxTtwer in German, French and 
Spanish P afe^sor McGregor, m.a., d sc, Lecturer in Phi/sics. Rev 
David ^I, r.';iU:/n, i> <; l., Ledurer in Gc<''of/if, Palaonfohfpj and Mintra- 
loiftf. Jol.r Bx ''!<i<'i.-, M.D., / Jc/M/er in Zoolo;/!/. Henry Poole, F. 0.8. , 
Jiilni Rutt' '-.tc;, "s, a , and lOdwsn (Jilpin, m.k., r.y.s., Ije.ciuros in 
Minincj and . i-r.'. ii/>i.ff, K. G. Fruser, (Government Analy.st) Pentonstra- 
tor in Indistrtk.^ wV'/m*./. y. Alex McKay, (Principal Dartmouth 



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Schools) Lfcinret in Mnthemntfcu. Emii VoMnnck, E?n, m.«., />C' 
fMrcr m Mfrhunicnl Etitfiiiffrinff, Naval Arrhrteriun ana Mcrhaniral 
Ihawintf, Georjjfl T Smithew, Lenturcr m Freehand Drawimj. B. 
H. Kenrinjr, A%^oo Inst C. E., (Cilv Engmcs^r) luittrudor in Civil 
Enifineeriug. Antlrew Dewar, (Architect) /^dwfr in Architectural 

Druwtmj. 

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[The nartlculurs of other Colleges and Kducotionfll Institutions will 
be found in connection with titu Dcnoniinutionnl tnattcrs with i^liivh the 
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Council of Puhlic Instructioh — The Members of the Exccti- 
tiv6 Council. 

SuVRftlNTENDENT OK El>UCATrON'— pRvid AlHfiOn, Es(|, LL.D. 

ExAMiNKRH FOR THE Thovinok, to oxnmine and license Teachers 
— fMnffiWf/A, Kcv Geo B. Dodwell, M.a.; tSchool Mauaf/emetit, Teachinff, 
«^r., Hev Piincipnl Hohs, t>. d.; Mathemntiva, D. F. Higgins, A. w.; 
llistoiij ojid (ieofjraphy, Rev Thos J. I)aly. 

Normal and Modkl Schools, Thuho — Method, and the Natural 
Sciences, J. B. Calkin, M. A., Princifml of the Normal College and 

Model School; Em/Inth Lnm/tiage, (Jtwpaphy, jj-c, — ' ; Mathe- 

maticH, : ; musi/', . 

Modkl School. — En(//ish, Ancient and Modern Languages, W. 1). 
Diujock, n.A. ; Mathematics and Nnturul Scienm, Jhs Little ; Orade VIII,, 
Miss M. a. Hamilton ; (Sradc VII., Miss Janet ArchibnJd ; (hade VI., 
MiNS Ellen Dickie; Grade V., Mi8.s Bessie Welwter ; Grade IV., Miss 
Agnes Ilantilton ; Gmde III., Miss Bessie Archihahl ; Grade II , Miss 
Miiry J. Mclicod ; Grade I., Miss Marv UuB.sell. Willou) Street 
Branch— Grades IV. ^- V., Miss 11. Church; Grades i., 11. ^- Hi., 
Miss M. Newcombc. 

Inapectors of Schools for Nova Scotia. 

Annapolis, Leandcr 8. Morse, Esq., Ik^dgctown ; Antic/onish, Angus 
Mclsaac, Antigonisli ; Cape Breton, Alex. McKintion, Sydney; Colches- 
ter, David 11. Smith, Truro; Cmnbcrlinid, W, D IVlcKcnzic, E.sq.. 
pHn-shoro'; District of Dixjby, llev John Ambrose, m.a , Digby ; District 
of Clare, Rev K. D'Homnide, Clare; Gii>/sl>oro\ Wm. Ilarlshome, 
(luvsboro'; Ifalifar, H. Condon, Education Otfice, Halifax ; Hants, Rev 
J. i). McGillivray, Newport; Inverness, John Y. Gnnn, Broad Cove; 
Kings, Colin W. Roscoe, Upper Canard ; Lnncnbnrg, G. W. lliliz, m.d., 
Chester; Pictou, Daniel McDonald, New Glasgow; Queens, C. T. 
Andrews, m.d., Brookfield; Richmond, M. T. J. McNeill, Esq., River 
Bourgeois; Shelburne, A. C. A. Poane, Banington ; Victoria, Eev 
Kenneth McKen/Jc; Yarmouth, G. J. Farish, m.d., Yarmouth. 

Oommlssioners of Schools. 

Annapolis West — Revs H. D. DcBlois, T. A. Higgins, W. M 
Godfrey ; and Peter Bonnett, Robt Mills, Whitman Annstrong, Wra 
V. Jones, IsaiahDelap, Israel Gilliatt, C. M. Forl)e8, Wm Dargie, John 
L. Rice, John D. Potter, Robert Troop, A. B. Cunninghau, Samuel 
McCormick. 



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Aniuipolia JSast^—Uevs L. M. Wilkins, W. H. Warren, antl Caleb 
I*arker; and Miner Tunper, IlartUnpf it. Morse, Jouathun Wuodbury, ! 
M. D.. JesHC Oakes, William Miller, B. JI. Puvkcr, A. M. Gidney, : 
Bcniah Kniiiney, lieriah Daniclt?, Wm H. Bulconi, Lewis G. DcBloiB, 
M. D., U. U. Durling, Edward Marshall, James 1*. Foaier, f^dward H. i 
Pliinney. j 

Antlgonish Co — "Revs Hugh Gillis, Dr Chisholm, Wm Chisholm, I 
Wm B. McLcod, Charles P. Martell, Konald MeOillivray, IIuf»ert \ 
Oerrior, J. F. Forf»cs, Dr MeGrejror, James Frascr, John J. Chisholm, J 
Alexander Chisholm, n.i}., and Alexander Mcintosh, M.t>., Archibald ' 
McGillivray, VVm Chisholm, Thos M. King, Nornfan McDonald, Angus 
Smith, Wm J. Beck, John t). McKinnoi), m.i>., Angus McGillivi'ay, j 
John D. Copeland. | 

Cape iireton Co — tlevds K'eil McLeod, Jas Quinan, Jolm Sliaw, J. 
Chisholm, Dr McLcod, John Quinan, Alexander Farcjuharsoii, 1\. 
Grant, C Crouchcr, D. McDougall, John Murray, Michael 31cKenzie, 
Donald Sutherland, M. A. McPherson, Daniel Mcintosh, Gavin 
Sinclair; and C. H. Hairington, Lauchlin Robertson, K. T. Moseley. 

District of Colchester — Kcvs Robert Grant, J. I. Baxter, James 
McLean; ii'id W. A. Fulniore, W. E. McRobcrt, m. i>., Thos, S. 
Delanev, J. B. Dickie, George Reading, Samuel Kettie, Jno King, 
Israel iLongworth, Robert G. Uuthcrtbrd, E. Tupper, junr., Robert 
Gammcll, F. R. Pavker, T>'os. Chisholm, J. L, Pcp])C!\rtl, m.d., Josiah 
C. Crowe, Cyrus Eaton, A. C. Page, m.d., Jacob Ifai'tey, D. McG 
Johnson, James N. Crow. 

District, of Stirlitiff — Rev Thos Sedgwick ; and Robert L. Bycrs, 
John Irvine, E. i). Roach, m.i>., Jiunoa Bonyman, W. M, Blackwood, 
John Miller, John Clark, tlohM McKay. 

^ islrict of Cumberland — Revs G. Townshcnd, D. A., Steele; and 
Gilbert Seaman, Charles Lawi-euee, Cyrus Bent, R. McLean, J. C. 
Brundage, Abram A. Stevens, Jolin Bragg, Jolm Baker. *•' "♦ i* » >• 

District of Parrsltoro' — Revs A. W. McJ>'~:)d, Chailes Bowman, 
D.D.; and T. D. Dickson, E. Vickery, W. Y. I'iug, Tlios Kirkpatrick, 
Charles Smith, Jesse Fulleiton, John Gillespie. 

y)istrict of Diyhfj- Rcvds P. J. Fillcul, J. H. Saunders, M. J. 
Dri- noil ; and G Henderson, Stephen Marshall, Wm F. Potter, Wm 
H. '\iylor, Jno S. McNeile, Calvin Raymond, R. S. FitzRaiidolph, C. 
I>. Joties, A. D. Hoyt, G. H. Dunbar. 

District of Clare — RevM James Daly, V. G., Rev John M. Gay ; 
J. G. Nowlan, E<q , Jean P. Thibaudeau, Esq., Anselme iVI»i Comeau, 
Esq., James Stuart, Esq., A»nge Blin, Esq., Messrs. C. MandoMelancon, 
Timothy Sullivan, Pierie I. BcUiveau, Augustin F. Comeau, Pierre C. 
Godit. ditjjuriiiT .^<J.K, d<.'i:i.I 1. ,D ,illvu„u'!'{ .ai.Mi:.^ »l/'* mj jUii'>>l 

District of G uplKtroHoJi — Tlovds \\. H. IlaniUtgn, James Buckley, 
M, Tonipkins, Mi-liael Laflin ; and Chris Jost, John Maboney, E. J. 
(/Unningham, Wm Moir, H. R. Cunningham, Thos Condon, Abraham 
N. Whitman, Donald G'lnn, James Purcell.'"' 5 t-^i'l {••«;<»> 

fjistriH of St. Marfi's-^\ic\(U Hqnry Eagles, Rlcliard Johnson, Robt 
Cumming; and Neil Guun A. P. McKcnzie, Alex Cumminger, Allan 



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McQuarric, John A. Mt'Ponnld, Alexander Sinclair, Dr. Campbell, 
Wm 13, K. Cnnicron, John MeDaniel, Alex. Anderson. 

Oitu of Ilaiifivc — James J. Hrcmncr, (Chairraan.j Hon L. 0. Power, 
(Vice Cliainnanj William Acklimst, Samuel H. Hrookfiold, W, 1). 
IIarrin<;ton, M.iM'., Alexander FoFHytli, M. J. Power, John Fagh, 
MP.p, G. B. Anderson, A. H. Crowe, William Taylor, L. Iloulett. 
Supervisor, BenjamiH (lliirrein, i>.c.i>. tiocretury, C. C. Vaux. Oj/ire, 
Ul<^h School Building, licad of Sackville Street. . „,. . 

Western 1 )islna UaUfux Ca — IlevsAkx Stoavt, John Woo<l!ii, P. L. 
Madden, P, Danaliar, K. Kennedj', John Ahliotf, Philip Brown ; and 
Douiinie Farrell, Jno E. Slmtionl, (acorgo J. Lougurd, Jaincs W. 
Turner, Jas Thompson, ClmrlcH Whitman, 

Tixu-al rjislrkt. Halifax Co*- lievs ttol>CJ(t Se<lgwick, 1). McKinnon; 
and Ezekiel Svl)lev, It. A. Gladwin, l)uvid Arehibalil, John Gcddos, 
Charles N. Fuller, Charles N. t^prott, David Airiiibald, 1 6th, J. D 
Ttq)pcr, J. Taylor, Gcorgo II. Madili. 

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East District ITa/i/k.v Co — M*)\a KoT«Rrt Jandeson, James Ros- 
horough, Charles Underwood, Riclimond Smith; and lUmrv jA!.slie, 
W^illiam Hall, A. M. Barton. William Anderbon, W. 'H. Tid- 
marsh, Alex Leslie, Jos IMttrtin, John Kirker, David Archibald, 
Malcolm McFarlanc, John McKen/Je, William Henley, Andrew Gas- 
ton, John C. lloss, James H. Whunian, WiiJiam O'Jjcary. ^ . ^' 

District of East Hants — llevd Jacob McT^lIan ; ami Isaac O'Bri 
Wm Hamilton, Wnl Casey, Jno McLeavn, Hugh Mi.Learn, 1). McLean, 
31. D., Jas McKenKie, George W. Sjniih, H, H, Blois. 

District of West Hants — Kcvds Thos Maynard, m.a,, J. Bancroft, 
John McMurray, T.J. Daly; and M. H. Giiudge, Charles M\irnffvrd, 
Hiram Smith, Andw Shaw, Shubael Dimock, Georg<j DeWolf, Thos 
Aikins. 

District of North Inverness — Kevds M, Stawart, Peb^r Fisetl, Aiey 
Grant, Donald Chishplm, Roderick McDonald,,——— Peacock; and 
Sam Camplxjll (Cbairniaii), Thos Kthridgc, Jno G. Crowdis, 
Donald McLcod, Lauchlin McDougall, Malcom McKay, Donald 
Mcljellan, Ivauchlan McDonald, Farqtdiar McHac, Murdoch McKin- 
non, Hugh Gilhs, Donald McMillan. 

District of South Inverness — Tlevds Kenneth J. McDonald, Colin 
Chi.sholm (Chairman), Donald Mclsaac, Archibald McKenzie, An-h 
Chishoiro, D, Cameron ; and Hugh Cameron, m. n., John Mun*ay, 
I'L 1). Tremain, Dutican Campbell, ri.\)., Jolm Mcintosh, m.b., Geo 
C. Lawrence, Donald Gillis. 

Kings Co — L. DeV. Chipman, Thos Famsworth, Holmes E. Mars- 
tcrs, M.i>., John N. Bowles, Jno Foster, Amos Black, George W. 
Fisher, Wm Eaton E. A. Morcn, D. Kupert Eaton, S. 11. Tupper, 
Ben Kinsman, Adolphus Bishop, Leonard N. Il.'jlcy, Abr Ellis, Chas J, 
TobiTi, Wm Magce, Leonard Fitch, Andrew Borden, Michael Lonergau, 
/irnold 8. Burbidge, James Lvons, J. M. Koscoe, Itufus Burgess, 
Johnston Patterson, Kussell Caldwell, Irad Benjamia, James T. 
Manning, Stanley Eato«, Ai St-inley Fisher, B. H. Calkin. 



District QfLimenlmrg — Revs Henry L. Owen, Chas Cossraann, Wm 



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Duff, D. MeMilInn, Thomas Rogers, D. L. Roth ; and It. lAmhaj, 
Matthew Ernst, Jnmefl Zwicker, Lewis Anderson, Edw Morj^n, Mor- 
ton Whoelock, John Mornah, Heury 8chnare, Samuel Uitfiter, Gklcon 
Lanf^ille, Gkorgo Eiscnhaucr. • 

District ijf New Dublin — Kevs W. E. Gellinj?, Daniel McGi^Bfiror, A. 
Jonlon, J. H. Hunton; and L. W. Drew, T. K. Crn/:,% W. V. An- 
drews, Thomas T* Keefler, Robi Dawuon, Martin Sperry, Jas McKcan, 
Geo Baker. - " ^ . .• j 

District of Chester — Revs T. J. Skinner, »T. Tfomvood, P. llolden ; 
and Qeorp;e Richardson, Jas H. Hiltz, Edward Heckmnn, Jno Church, 
E. P. Butler, J. Duncan. 

DiMrictofl. >h Pirton-Hcvs H. B. McKav, R. McCunn, Ranald 
McDonald; and Daniel Hockin, John D. Mclxjod, James Mcljcun, 
Jos A. Gordon, Saral Aivhibald. 

District of South Pictou—UcvH J. StCAvart, D. B. Blair, W. Stewart, 
A. McGfllivmy, E. A. McCurdy, D. C. Moore ; and J. McKay, G. VV. 
Undcnvood, W. Eraser, Alexander Grant, Robt McNeill, Adam C. 
Bell, D. D. McDonald, Jno McPhic. 

District of South Queens — Rcvds G. O. Gates, Dnncan McGregor, J. 
P own ; and Geo W. Barss> Hugh Ilouhton, James Forbes, Don 
C . pbell, Jno R. Hall, Enoch Steadman, Eldred Gaboon, Geo S. 
Parker, J. N. Mack, H. G. Farish, Thomas Kempton, Simeon Gaboon. 

District of North Queens — Zebulon G. Murray, Stephen Smith, John 
Middlemass, Benjm L. Telfer, Robt Brydon, Edw P. Froetr.an, Jno 
Lacey, A. J. Ledbetter, Uriah Johnson, Frans Kempton, T. B. Harlow. 

Richmond Co — Revs John McDougall, F. M. M. Young, Charles P. 
Martell, James M. Quinnn. J. E. Eihier, Joseph Quinan, D. D.; and 
Wm Cricbton, E. P. Fl;i n, David Grucby, John Freebill, Peter 
Bosdet, Wm LeVesconte, Isaac LcVesconte, Simon Terrio, Edward 
Gagnon, Joseph Matbeson, Remi Benoit, William R. Cutler, D. A. 
Hearn, Murdoch Chisholm, M. 1)., Duncan Cameron. 

Disti'ict of Shelbume—Uexs T. H. White, D. d., E. Millar, J. 

Borden, ^Gou.lv; and W. T. Kellev, R. G. Irvin, J. G. Allen, 

Robt Currie, Joseph Walters, N. W. White, Robert Freeman. 

District of BiaringtoH^-r-\lev(U J. I. Porter, W. H. Richan, Robt 
McArtliur; and Gabriel Robertson, J. B. Lawrence, Henry Chute, 
Theodore Nickerson, T. W. Wilson, Arthur l>oane, Frank Homer, 
James Snow, Wm B. Smith, J. K. Wilson, m.u., George Wilson, 
Bartlett Covill. 

Victoria Co — ^Revs A. Mcintosh, Peter Clark, Alex F. MeGillivray, 
A. H. McAnlay, David Drummond, Alex McRae, Simeon Gibbons; 
and Alex Cameron, Wm Jones, Peter McLean, Alex Taylor, Don 
McLean, Seymour Foyle, Don McLean, Angus J. Melver, Kenneth 
MeKcnzic, Li'tber McTahkI, Donald Mclean, Donald McRae, John 
McLennan, i)onald Morrison, Alex JvpcjJ, A. Muiiro, John I>. 
Bethune, M.i>. *h-, ;,? iT ' i-,«..,H^q .-rt— 

District of Yannouth — Charles E. Brown, Nathan Hilton, John W. 
Moody, Cbas W. C ments, Stephen N. Allen. George Crosby, Amos 
Hilton, Jr, W. H. Moody, R. B. Brown, Harris H. Crosby, James Cain. 



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Dnvid D'Entreinont, Nathaniel Travi.', Jamos A. Hatttcld, 1*. L. 
HntticliI, James M. Ijcnt. Atu>olin (). Potior, JainoM Niukeruuu, Molford 
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HALIFAX BANKING COMPANY'. [i:stabli.slicd 1825.] 

Capital $500,000 paid up. 

W. M. Harrinp;ton, (Preat), Hobie Uniacke, (V. P.) FrcderickD. Corbet, 
TliniiinH lUivne, T. •!. Morton. (JaHhi-r, Sanil H. liiack. Accountant, ''■ 
A. P. Kniiiklyn. TmII.t, VV. GrO'-tiwoo.-l. Discount Clerk, J, J. p. Jop";.;. 
!.e(lj;er Kee|K.'r, A. V Lloyd. Clerk. A. Bayne. Menwnger, P. Smith. 
J^(M/i<,— Parrsljoro', A. S. Townscud; Truro, Charles Blanchard. Dia- 
couut day.s -Daily, except Saturday. 



BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA. [Erttablislied 1832.] 

Capital $1,000,000. 

Directors. John S. Maclean, (Pvest), John Doidl, (Vice-Prest.) Daniel 
("!ronan, J. .1. Brenincr. S. A. White. (Jashier, Thomas Fyshe. Account- 
ant, 1''. 11. Tavlor. Tellers, H. A. Flpmujinp, James Yeomans. Clerks, 
1). C. Chalmers*, J. B. For<,'an, \V. Thompson, M. Whidden, A. M. K. 
Doiill, F. Kinsman. Messengers, George Anderson, John Anderson. 
Agents — Pictou, Howard Primrose; Yarmouth, James Blurray; Neto 
Olnsf/mr, James W. (-annichael; Sytbiey, C. B., Hon Thos D.Archibald; 
KenlvtUe, L. DeV. Chipman; Bruh/etinon, T. D. Pnggles ; IHybVy George 
Henderson ; Amherst, John M. Hay; St. John, N. i?., J. H. Uobinaon. 
Di.«count days — every week day except Saturday. 



BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AIMKRICA. [Established 1836.] 
Capitial, .£1,000,000 Sterling.'' ''^^'''^ *'*^' 

Head Office, London. Sec'y» R- W. Bradford. Head Office in the 
Colonies, Great St James Street, Montreal. General Manager, R'. K. 
Grindley. Inspector, J. S. Cameron. 

Halifax Branch — Manager, A. E Ellis. Accountant, D. Robertson. 
Teller, F. Bioomfleld. Clerks, T. S. Hill, I). R. Wilson, L. E. Dodwell, W. 
M. Dustan. Messenger, P. Popham. Discount, dail}'. 



UNION BANK OF HALIFAX. [Established 1856.] 

i'iiiiQJ. »/. uu Capital .£250,000. , .i .-Mjii iij-*! \, ,fc,- 

Directors, Clas A. Moren, (Prcst), Jno Gibson, Edw Smith, W. P. West 
Wm J. Stairs. Hon Robt Boak, M. P. Black. Cashier, W. Sawers Stirling, 
Accountant, H. Y. Clarke. Teller, E. H. Reeves. Clerks, E. L. Thome, 
C. N. S. Strickland. Messenger, R. E. Sanndors Agents — Lornhm, 
London and Westminster Bank; Afoiitren!, Lo Banque dii Peuple; Neio 
York, National Bank of Commerce; Doston, Merciiants' National Bank; 
Anna/x)lis. A. Shearer, Agent. Discount days — every week day. 



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MERCHANTS' BANK OF HALIFAX. [Kstabli«hed 1864.] 

Capital, $1,000,000. 

Direetori — ThoB E. Kenny, (Prest), I^Iichad Pwyer,. Jamen Bntler, 
Thomas A. Kitchie, Allison Smith. Cashier, (tco Mcf^ari. yiccoimtant, 
D. H. Duncan. Teller*, F. H. Arnaud, A. H. Hif^ginson. Clerks, J. \V. 
Younff. John T. P. Kniffht, K. F. Paiilin, W. F. Mitchell, G. H. Mackenaie, 
J. K. Mcleod, C. K. Harris, .1. F. LewiH. Mesi<«nf;er. Jnmes Anderson. 
Af(entx—Anttgcmih, T. M. King; lirUyewctter, Andrew Gow; Charlolte 
town, P. E. /., Owen Connolly; Afdill'mif, (ieor^e Krieze; Plchnt, Willi.-im 
Ives; Summergide, P. K. J.. Stephen MrNeill ; Si/ilney, C. li., J. F-. Hurchell ; 
Truro, Martin Dickie; Wtijinouth, Colin Campbell, jr. Discount doys — 
every week day except Saturday. 

PEOPLE'S BANK OF HALIFAX. [Established 1864.] 
Capitn'l, $800,000 pnid up. 

Directors, George H. Starr, (Prest), U. W. Eraser, (V. P.), Williflm 
J.Coleman, A. W. West, Pjitrick Power, Thomas A. Brown. Cashier, 
Peter J»ck. Accountant, K. T. Braine. Teller, Henry J. Parker. (Jlcrks, 
R. A. Woodill, M. H. Richev. .Ir Messenger, (i. H. Wiswell. Apents 
-—WolfviUe, A DeW. Barss: /vclic/ioj'i, Austin Locke. Discount days — 
every week day except Saturday. 

• BANK OF YARMOUTH. [Established 1864.] 
Capital, $400,000. 

Directors, L.E.Baker, (Prest), C. E Brown. (V. P.) Hugh Cann, John 
Lovitt, J. W. Moodv. Cashier, Thomas W. Johns. Accountant, H. G. 
Farish. Teller, Wm* E. Perry. Clerk, F E. Dunham. 



COMMERCIAL BANK OF WINDSOR. tEstablished 1866.] 

Capital $500,000. 

Directors, Godfrey P. Payzant, (Prest), Wm Dimock, Benjm D. Eraser, 
M.o., E. W. Dimock, Andrew P. Shund. Cashier, Wiifter Lawson. 
Accountants, Lewis T. Dimock, Charles W. Payzant. Solicitors, W. H. 
ar>d A. Blanchard. 



EXCHANGE BANK OF YARMOUTH. [Established 1869.] 

Capital, $400,000. 

Directors, A. C. Bobbins, (Prest), G. .B Doane, (V. P.) Aaron Goudey, 
A. F. Stonenmn, W. D. Lovitt, L. Cann, J. H. Killam. Cashier, Alex S. 
Murray. Teller, T. V. B. Bingay, jr. Clerk, Eben McGregor. 



BANK v'iF LIVERPOOL. [Established 1872.] 
Capital, $600,000. 



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Barss, Joseph Innis, J. A. Shaw. Manager, John A. Leslie. 



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.j>n,< PICTOU BANK. [Established 1874.] '• - - 

, 'V- Capital $500,000. Paid up $200,000. '. ;.',. 

Directors, Hon R. P. Grant, (Prest.), J. R. Noonan, (V. P ), Robert 
DouU, Isaac A. Grant. James Kitchen. Donald Fraser. Manager, Thomas 
Watson. Cashier. John McKeen. Clerk. W. D. Mevnell. 



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BANK OF MONTHKAL. 

Capital, «12,0(K),(K)0. licstTve S6,500,000. 

Head Oftito, Montreal. President, (ieor^re Stephen. General Manager, 
R. B. AuKHf*. Halifax Branch — Manncer, V. (lundry. 

Branches at St.fuhn, N.B.. Quebec, Toronto, Hniiiilton, TiOndon, Ottawa, 
Kini^Mon, Cornwall, Brockville, I'erth, Belleville, Cobourg, Port Hope, 
Linusav, Peterborough, Sarnia, Strut Tord, St Mary's, Brantford^iiSuclph, 
(iudrich, Piitou. Newcastle, N. B., Moiicton, N. B., Cbathani, N. .:., 
London, (J. B., Now York, U. S. 

The hours of business at the above Banks are from 10 A.M. to 3 P.M., 
except 00 Saturdays, when they close at 1 p.u). 



, DOMINION SAVINGS' BANK. ,. ., 

This Bank \n kept in the New Provincial Building. Honm of attendance, 
daily from 10 to 3 o'clock, exccnt on Saturdays. Cashier, J no K. Wallace. 
Clerks, A. C. Johnston. G. W Power, J. U. Balcom. Messenger, Michael 
Austin. Closes at 1 o'clock on Saturday. . - 



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Nova Scotia Marinr Inhuramcb AssociATioif.— Hon A. G. Jones, 
(Prest), John S. McLean, (V. P.) Directors, John Doull. J. F. Kenny, 
James Butler, James J. Bremner. Sec'y, JdiliQ Strachao, 54 Bedford Row. 

Merchants' Marine Insurance Company— Capital, $200,000. Direo- 
tros, J. S. Belcher, (Prest), John Dutius, George Mitchell, Wm P. West, 
Danl Cronan, Wm Esson, Wni J. Lewis. Auditois, Peter Ross, Thoi 
Abbott. Sec'y, Chas W. Wright, 60 Bedlbrd Row. 

Atlantic Makive AssociATioN—Directors, W. H. Hart, (Prest), J. 
T. Wood, Thos E. Kenny, G. R. Ander-son, F. G. Parker, AUwon Smith, 
(V. P.), Robt Morrow. Sec'y, P. W. Crcighton. 

Ocean Marine Insurance Association — Directors, Jno Taylor, (Pres) 
Jas. S. Morrow, Wm. Lawson. Aug. W West, (V. P.,) George J. Troop, 
Adam Burns, Levi Hart. Sec'y, B. W. Salter. 

Ciiebucto Marine Insurance Association. — R. I. Hart, (Prest.), 
George McKenzie, (V. P.), John Pugh, Kobcrt Taylor. Joseph Seeton, 
iviward Morrison, M. Carney'. Sec'y, J. Tremaine Twining. Qfiice, 
Bedford Row. ^, ,^, :j ,...vJ, t.^../ a,)- ■■■ .^.'i^.-uni^' > ;i ;..:«. 

CoBEQUin Marine Insurance Cosipant, Truro— Directors, Charles 
Blanchard, (Prest), Jas Crowe, J. F. Blanchard. Nelson Murphy, Capt Chas 
Cox, Jacob Frieze, John Yuill. Auditors, A. M. Cochran, Geo. Campbell. 
Sec'y and Treas., Jas K. Blair. 

Avon Marine Insurance Company, Windsor — Directors, W^illiam 
Dimock, (Prost,) B. Smith, C. B. Bowman, George W. Churchill. Sec'y and 
Treasurer, l>. P. Allison. Auditors, E. W. Dimock, G. P. Payzant. 

Windsor Marine Insurance Company, Windsor — Directors, G. P. 
Payzaiit, (I'rcst), .hio Stirling, Edwd O'Brien, Captain Thcunas Avlward. 
Sec'y and Treas., W. II. Blanchard. Auditors, B. Smith, William Dimock. 

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Directors, K. \V. Dimodc. (Prert ), Sndbdcl Dtinock, (V. P.), Dennett 
Hmitli, John B. Nnrtli, \l. 1*. i*., Jolin A* UiirYi«i l*eur£» Mouiice, Alark 
Curry. Sec'y, Allen llalev. 

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PicTou IToMB Makixr IxsuitANCK Asfi(>ciATioN-r-fDir«ctorif Booertck 

l^tLaofie, (Chaimum,) Itob«rt P. Frascr. UoMrMrd.j(>rMtti»ti<9» JllMH^ Vfurn- 
tOD, i. W.. Gordon. Broker, Hon Uo|)fc P. Grant, h Mt,^,Hu< > n.ii* 

Pic^tal^ MtrruJdT^ MARbt^ iNAURANCit ARMMTtAttoH— rjifh6ctoni, Daniel 
ITovkfn.fPreAidtMit,) Win Ive^, Alex J. PatterHon, James llyslop, C. Dvryer. 
Broker, Geo Glennie. Halifax Ag nt, W. 8. Salter, h Prince (Street 

St. Lawrkxck MarinkTnhukancb Ahsociatiox ok Pictou — DirectorR, 
John R. Noonaii, H. S. Dawson, Jamed Stalker, U. J. Hamilton, George 
Elliott.. Broker, Kubt Doiill. Ilalifux Agent, VV. S. Salter, o Prince St. 

Dominion Makinr Ti^simAKOR Assikiiation, Rivkh John— Directors, 
Jamai Kitchen, (Pnesit,) Jotin Ueary, John UcKenzie, Arch McKenzic, 
Chat McLennan. Bsoker, William Lauder. 

ATi.AKncT?reunANCECoMPANT, Yarmouth— Directors, GeoB Dnan'e. 
(Prest), John K. Kverson, Bowman Coming, Hugh Cann, John H. Killajn, 
Geo H. Lovitt, B. Hilton. Sec^j jf.no i^illatp. ... 

Acadia Insitranck Compant, Yarmooth— Directora, Nathan Moses, 
(Prest), Wm WnmH, jr., Bwi Mnrohy^AjB*^^ Z. 

Goud}', Jdsepli Burreli. Bec^, T. vT B. Blngay. 

Commrrciai; Insurance Compavt, ^^armouth — Directors, A. C. 
Bobbins, (Prest), W. K. Dudman, L. Canri, Andw Ix>vitt, Jonth Horton, 
N. Churchill, T. M. Lewi*. Sec'y, G. Q. Sanitcrson* '-J ^ <i'< if^ t f. 

Ma^isk Insurance Co^njANf, YARMdin1ir--t)irector8r.f^ W. Moody, 
(Prest), Siiml M. Kverson, DlRnis Horton, L. K. Baker, George H. Guest, 
A. V* Btooeman. John Murpiiy. Sec'y, 8. B. Hamqr« • U -;^/i! < '/ 

PAcii'ic Insubanck Compant, Yarmouth— Directors, Thos Killamt 
(Pr^t), J6hn Lovitt, N. B Lewis, \V. tt. Moody, W. D. Lovitt, F. Dennis, 
W^. A. Cann. Secretary, W. A. Chase. 

Oribntal Tnsurancb Company, YARM<»trTlf— DiJrectors, W.m Law, 
(Prest), J^cob Bingay, James J. Lovitt, J. B. Lovitt, Henry Lewis, Abram 
M. Hatfield, Robert Ellen wood. Secretary, Job Harfleld. 

Maitland MarInr Insurance Co— President, Nelson Murphy. Direc- 
tors, 
Isaac 
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New Glasgow Marine Insurance, AsaociATiox — (Incorporated.) 
DiretHors, J. W. Carmichael, (Prest), James W. Jackson, James D. 
McGregor, J. R. Carmichael, John Miller, John R. Smith, Angus Chisholm. 
Sec'y, G. \V. Underwood. . 

Mkrchamts' Marine IN^^1tANCB Company of CANAnA. — Capital, 
f 1,000,000. Agent tor Nova Scotia, C. J. Wylde, 70 Bedford Row. 

Anciior Marine Insuranck Company ok Toronto. -Capital, 
S600,(KK>. Hon Sir W. P. Howland, C. B.. (PrM.) Thomas L. DeWolr, 
Chairman. W. 8. Salter, Agent for Nova Scotia, 5 Prince Street. 

WkSTERN AssiTRANCK CoMPANY. — Head Oflicfi, Toronto. Capiinl, 
f 8()0,U90. J. Scott Mitchell, Agent, cur Prince Street and Bedlbnl Row. 

PhoviuENCK, Washin'uton, Marink Insuhancjk (,'i»mpany ok Pu«»- 
viDENCE, Khudk Island. — 11. St George Twining, General Agent, GO 
B.'dford Row. 



m aitland aiARiNR INSURANCK vjo — rresiuent, ixeison niurpnv. Uirec- 
s, Chas Cox, Alex A. McDougall, Alfred Putnam, Archibald ^IcCalliim, 
>ac Douglas, Jas K. Hlair. Auditors, A. M. Cochran, Osmond O'Brien, 
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A8«ai»,.«l,%0,000^ WilliaM S. Salter, AK«nt, 6 rfinc^.Srr^^ 

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TIaufax FinK iNStlRAitcit' Comi'Ant— AurtJoHu**! CapftAl, 'f4n0;0llft. 
Diroctofn, .ino (iibsou, (I'rext), John P. A[ott, (V\ I'.,), (ieo ICssnn, IMiiiel 
Cronai), Uobic Unincke, John L. Barry. See'y, KichilTremiMn^60 Bedfoid 
Kow. 

A<MDiA FiRK h?»URAXCK COMPANY— Capital $400,000. DirectoTs, Hon 
Robt lloak, (I're»t)..las'A>Mom)/ tl<>a A.. li. Jones, tWm .I.Coleman, Kdwd 
Smith, Win V. AVust, Goo Mitchell. Sec'y, .Ino 41. Harvey, iietliord Kow. 

ItoTAL CANADiiVM IxBURANCibCiUMFAMY.— 4.ncal Uoanl of Direet»r»,) 
J. 11. l>utt'iiM(Chninnan), T. K. Kciwy, A. W. West, W. .). Levis, Wm. 
Ksson, W. M. Harrington. Office, corner Prinve Street and Bedford Uj»w. 
I. Scott Mkclieli, Agent. «, ,' 

Lancasiiirr Fire I^sur^vnce Compant.— <Capt George T. SUickiir, 
Agent, 160 Holiis Street. • 

Imperial Firr Ins. Comp't oar London — Capital £1,600,000. stg. 
Agent, M. B. Daly, IloUis Street 

pHOSNUt FiHE |:»(8. Coup^'K oir Lqndos— Agept, TVm Hare, 171 Holtis St., 

ScrtrrisH Commrrciai. Insurance Company of Oi.A8Gowi'»^a|dtal, 
£8,000,000 etg. C. H. 11^. Black, Agent at Halilaz, GO Bedlbrd Row. , 

^TNA IN8URANCK Comp'y OP IlAUTFORn, CoNN.— fncorpofsted 1819. 
Cl^arter Perpetual.. Assets S7,000.,00q. Agents, W. I^ I^wpU JSp Co-, 
HoTlis street. 

Sovereign Fire Insurance C^mp'y, roronto.-T;C. J.. Wylde, ,Ag«nt. 

Bhitisu A3f erica Fire Assurance Compahy.— Assets 91.SiOO.OQ0l>— 
Agent,' W . S. Salter, 5 Prince Street. , .., .^ ,, ^ .. . : ,,^ ,, ' ' ; 

National Firr Insurance Company of Montrbal.— H. St. G. 
Twinirtg, Ag^nt, 00 Bedford Row. ' 

Hartfohi) Fire Insurakcr CoacpAXY or HARTFottD, Conji.— AueU 
$3,300,000.— Agentii, W. L- Lowell & Co. 

NomnrtRltN Fine Isa. Gomp'y of London and Abbkdrkn — Caiutal, 
£3,000,pOO, stg. Agent, G. C Harvey, Central Wharf. 

Liverpool and London and Gloak Insumancr Company— Agent, 
C. J. Wylde, 70 Bedford Row. 

COMMEKOIAL UnION ASStTltANCR GoTNPANT, OP CoRNHILL, liONDON 

Capital, £2.IU0v<HMk B. W. Salter and W. S. Salter, Afpmt» at Halifax, j 
5 Prince Street. 

Quebec Firk Insurance Company.— F. D. Corbctt & Co., agents for 

Nova Scotia. i ' ' i 

WfsJtkrn AssuttANCR Company of Toronto.— Hon J. l^rc^Iurrich, 
(Ppprt). B. Haldun, Managing Dlreotor. J. .1. KenuV. *<ec'y. .InmcM 
linouier. ln«i»ecti»r. .1 Pringle, Genc^al Agent. G. M. CSrccr, Agent lor 

N, S., l»l Hollia Street., . , 

> -"i^'; . , . , 

tu .4u^»t. FIBB A.ND LIFB. 

North British and Mercantile Fire and Life iNfd Comp't — 
Capital, ^£2,000,000 stg. Agent, C. .1. S|*ike. lloUis St. 






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QufntM FiitK ANi> 1.trK l.v.«. CftMP't or Livkiipooi., G. b. — (^Apital, 
£2 OmMNK) MtK. AR«nt, 8l«|>h«n 'lM»lai OAca. Union Bank BuilUintf, 
llolliii Street (dp-stairii). 

KoYAi. FiKK ANi> l.iFK Tnh. Cotfp'V Of TjvRiirooL, 0. B. — Capital, 
.£8,fl(M).000 Hlff. Afteut, Jamen W. lliitl, Holliii Mraet. 

QvAitniAN FtKR AMI) IJKR Inn. Oomi*'t or I/>NLK»N-Capital i90,000,000 
•tff. AKciit, M. II. Almon, liullU Htr«et. 



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FIRB AND KJAXITB. 

CANAitA Finn ANi> Makinr Insukanck (N)Mpany.— ITend nitlc^. 
Ilamilinn, Ont i^apitnl tl,(NiU.O(X). (i«u«ml A^eitt for Nuva Bvotio, 
Ca|it C. J. F- (JIarkMon, iJ Fiiiice 8t. 

Dominion Firk ani> Makinr Inhdranor Company.— Head office, 
Ilaniiltnn. Out. Aiitliuriacd capital, f l,U(H),OOU. Aiieiii, Capt C. J. 1*. 
ClMrkion, ft) Princa Straafc 



-Anguitua AllI* 



• LIFE. 

Canada Lira A8fiURANCBCoMi'ANY—(flamilton, Ontario.) Capital, 
•1.000,0110. Agent, A lick KamMy, Ksq, IM llullis street, Oenaral Agent 
ftir MAiUima Provincaa. 

CoKfRnivRATtoy LiFR AaHOoiATioii or Camada.- 
wm, Agaatf over Halifax Bank. 

STAMDAIkD Lmc Asa. CoMP'T— Annual Ravenne, £818,000. Secretary 
Mid Agent for Nov* Scotia, AifreU Sliort, Hollis Street. 

Star Ltri Aas. Soc*t of Ix>ndon— Capital, £100,000 ntg. 

LirR A8a<vciAtt0ll or Scotland— AccumuUtad Fund, £1,101,689 atg. 
Sac'y, Jno U. Harvey, Bedford Row. 

CoNMECTiciTT Mutual Lifr Ass. Comf'y op HARTronn, Comn.— « 
Organixed 1846. Charter perpetual. Xnwtn, S2''),000,00U. Ixtcal Agents 
far Halifiw, W. L. Loamll jlc Co., 168 Hollia Street 

Thr EquiTABLB Lifr Asa. Soc't of thr Unitrd States — Agents 
for Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, Snltwr Ht KUwardx, 6 Prince St. 

Mrtkoimlitan I.ifk Ins. CoMf'v of Nkw York— Tlinmaa A. Temple, 
St John, N.B , General Dominion Agent. Agent at Haiilax, E. I). Meynell, 
218 Hullis Street. 

liONnoN AND LaNCASHIRS LfFE ASSURANOR CoMPANT, OF LONDON, 

Rmolamu.— <i«MN||o 31. Cifoar, General Agent, 181 Hollia Street. 

__________ f*»n-i^ *»t»' 

Lirn AND AOOIDBNT. 

Sun Mutual Lifk and Accii»k.nt iNsuKANrK Ctmip'v of Moxtrkal. 
— (leorge Fraser, Geneial Maiiauer for thu MMritiuie ProviniTS and New- 
foundland. Oilice 7ti (traiivillc St., Halifax. 

TllR TllAVKLLEIts' LlFK AND ACCIOKNT In8. OoMP'Y OrHAItTFORn, 

CoKN. — (ivncral AgeutH tor Nova Scotia and Prince Edward I-laiwl, \V. I.. 



Lowell, \- Co. Agent Inr HJiiax and Dartmouth, C. J. P. Clarltsou, 84 
Prince Street 

AcciDiuiT IX8URANCR COMPANY OF CANADA. — Capital 8250,000. 



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Capital, 
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8cotio, 

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Capital, 
i\ Agent 



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-Agents 
'rtnctt St. j 

Templo, 
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189 



l49oai IliMinl of Directora, Jaa D. Morro«r, Chairman; W. J. Stain. T. K. 
Kaany, Adan Uurna. Agent, Uao. M. Ureer, Ittl Hollle Street, Halifax. 

Citicbnn' Acc^r.NT iNauHANrie Comi-any or Canada.— General 
Agent, W. 8. Salter, 6 Prince 8tre«t, llaiifax. N. 8. 



O0ABANTB1J. 

Canada GuAnANTrit Comi-any, Montmkal. — Sir A. T. (Jalt, (Prwt). 
nirvcturn, Jainen H. iMorrnw, Tlinmaw K. KniinY, tVillinin •!. Stairs, Adam 
Dill UN. Holiiilon, Mfwtra. Mactloiiald & Kif;bv. Generiil Agent, M. U. 
Alniuu, lue llollis Street. 



xBEOAirrzLa ooiiPAinsB. 

Tmk Halifax Stock ExrMANOK.— .f. r. IMnrklntwh. Prenidenl; John 
Lyl«', Sern'taryaiid rri'HNiirer; MpnilM»r»«: Hartuhome Ht Hutt; W. L. Lowell 
ft i 'o. ; James 8. Mncdonald & Co. { M. B. Almon ; J. C Mackintosh ; Wm 
TwininK. 

CiiAMBKR or CoMMKRCB, Halikax.— Executire Comnrittee, John 
Doull. (Prest), Hon Ujbert Dnalc, W. C. Silver, (V. P*s), Hon A. 
<i. Jones, J. 8. fWlclicr, Peter Jacit, Jno 8. McLean, Kobt Pickioid, Jns 
Itutlor, J. T. Wood, M. Dwver, W. H. Hart, K. G. Stayner, U. U. lloak, 
W. M. Doull. Charles M. Creed, Sec'y. 

Hamkax iMroKTKMs' AsMoctATK'N.— Piesident. John Duftus; Exe- 
cutive Commilleu, ffaac 11. Mather*, William H. Neal, William M. Doull, 
Kubitrt Taylor; Secretary, A. MMriin puyne. 

P1I.OT COMMIRSIONXXa rOR THK ClTV AND COVNTY Or HALirAX.— 

John Pugh, Chahimn; Daniel Cronan, William McDonald, J. Taylor 
Wood, Jonepli See'on, I^wis Anderson, David Hunter, F. O. Corbett, 
Sec'v and 7 rea$. 

List of Piixvrs ron the Port of HAurAX, N. 8., 1877.— No. 1, John 
Fleming, Kftch IIarl>or ; No. S, Thimas llollnnd, Duncan's Co^'e ; No. 
8. Jamee Holland, Duncan's Cove ; No 4, William Baker. Halifax ; No. 
5, Barnard Gallagher, Haiiftix ; No. 6, Daniel M«rtin, Ketch Harbor t No. 
7, Joseph Khino, H<>rring Cove ( No. 8, Patrick Hayen, Herring Cove ; 
No. U, Hugh Monroe, Herring Cove; No. 10, Jeremiah Holland, Duncan's 
Cove; No. 11, Edward Bayers, Ketch Harbor: No. 19, James Hanrahan, 
Ferguson's Cove; No. 13, William BoAzley, Ferguson's Cove; No. 14, 
John Haves, Herrini; Cove; No. 18, Thomas Beazley, Pemison** Cove; 
No. 17, Charles GUisebrook, Ferguson's Cove; No. 18, Biohard Meill, 
FergtUKM's Cove. 

The Wkstf-kn Union Trleoraph Company— Proprietors and Tiessees 
4f all the Telegraph Lines in the United States and the Maritime ProYinces. 
flioni) Port Hood to San Franciaco, and connecting via Atlantic Cable antt 
Northern line with all the Telegraplia in the world. Capital, $45,000,000. 
Head Office. 145 Broadway, New York. Prest., W. Orton. Vice-l'readts., 
A. B. Cnmell, Au^ Schell, N. Green, H. Durkee. Sec'y, A. K. Hrewcr. 
TVCM., K. H. Roi'hester. Auditor, J. B. VanRvery. General Engineer, 
Marshal Leflerts. Supt'd Eastern Division, J. C. Hinchman. Electrician, 
G.^I^eaaott. 

Tkt Kova Sootia Liaea connect with those of New Brunswick at Sackville, 
and &08« of Newfoundland at North Sydney, C. U. 






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NovaScntia UUtrwt.— Sup«r}MendMit, R. T. Clinch, St. John. Manager, 
A. £. Hoyt CIcrkt, G«o liMlie, F. Quinn, and J. W. l/tmH. OperatoM, 
D. Uailtey, N. C. Senm, K. Mcl<««rn, A. G. McDonaK, &liii« Sterns. 



Amhernf, 

Annftpoliii, 

Anti);(>iii.>«h, 

AvnndMit', 

Ayh'HfWnl, 

ArichNt, 

AthnI, 

Acadia Mjiiex, 

llaildei'k, 

liarriiigtuu, 

Hcrwick, 

IJriii^eport. 

Hrid((etown, 

Hri(l)(c water, 

Itear Kiver, 

(iNnninK, 

ChoHter, 

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Vow Iloy, 

I%ltv, 

Dubi-rt. 

F.liiiHliile, 

(irent Villrtf^e, 

(JiiVhlMim', 

(f lar« Ihv, 

Halirnx, * 

llHiitcport, 

IlillHbnr^li, 

Iron MiiiOT, 

Kontvillc, 

J«awr«iuotown, 

T)hip;iin, U. R., 

Liverpool, 

Ijock^ptirt, 

Lundondorry, 



Lunenburg , 
Mfllione liay. 
MarRurct'H Itay, 
Marpu, 
Mf. ITnlacke, 
Mi«ldi»t<on, 
iMnboii. 
North Hydii«y, 

N. iiblH^OW, 

ricloti, 

Pfctna LTindiog, 

IMjiistcr (!ove, 

Port JlaM kesbury, 

Fort H«»fnf, 

Ft. MHl;;ravo, 

Fuj(waHli, 

UiduiioiHl, 



Klver Joliu, 

.SaikvilU', N. B., 

Shelbiinic, 

Shiibcrnnradie, 

St Fetor», 

Stpllartnn, 

St«wiat*ke, 

SydiUiV, 

'Jatamagouelie, 

Truro, 

Wallace, 

Wcyniouih, 

Weitville, 

Witmot, 

Windsor, 

Windwir J unction, 

Wolfville, 



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armouth, and all Uailway StationH in I*rovinco. 



Dominion TKi.i-.nNAiMi Comi-any ok Canaha. — Genon»1 OfliceH, 
Toronto. Ontario. Kxecutit« O/fieers: TiiomaA SwInvaW, GetteriH Maiut- 
jfr^ Toronto; Frod. Roper, ^eeretary. Toronto, ^ieriutemleut, C R. 
Uofliner, Montreal. OlHoeH in Nova Scotia are mtvr on4>n ut Tor Bav, Cape 
.Canao, ((Uvh' orough, Anii^oniHh, Nvw tilaH^ow, Ficton, Truro. Shii'ton- 
ncadie, Wavorley. Daitntoulh, Ilulifnx, Wcatvinf, Htellarton, K}ver John, 
Tatainaaouche. Wallace, Fugwnsh, Amherst. UtKces are also uuen iu Hew 
Brun«wick at Sackville, nnrc...}tilor, Mcuiramcook, Moncton, r«t(icudiai-, 
Fcnob^quls, SufiFex. St John, HanipttMi, Salisbury. Thlii Company also 
connect)* at Tor Buy, N. 8., with the Diroit Cable Company (limilcd) and 
will rccei\'« Cable meamif^s at aU the above oAicea for («rent britain, Enrii|»e, 
and all Kastem countries. Has direct comnecliun with all purta ot Canada 
and the United States. 

Nova Scotia Fkkmanknt Bknkkit Bitu,i>in« Socikty avo Savingk' 
Fun i>-— Trustees. W. .1. Almon, m.j>., S. S^tldun, Kobie Uniacke. IHrcators, 
Jno P. Mott, (Fresidant), W. M. Harrin^^on, (\^ President), Jas A. 
Moren, H«n U. McN. Parker. Auditors, J. T. Wylde, W4 U. Ilart. 
Bankers, the Union Bank of Halifax. Surveyor, Duncan Grant. Sec'y 
aad Treas., Jolin W. Burton. Oftke, Hollia Street 

Halifax akd Dautmouth ^ffBAMHOAT C«»«*ASY-*Prwt., Hon Dr- 
Furker, Directom, Dominick FarretJ, Jameit W. Johnston, Jol^u Stairs, !ll. 
G. Black, (Sec'y). Agent and Slanoger, Oo A. McRenzie. 

HALirAX Tkmpkranck Haix CmMPANY— Directors, W C Silver, (Fres), 
Wm Murray, H. A. Taylor, W. J. Culoman, U. H. Wetmore, W. M. lirowa. 
Sec*y and Treas., James Farquhar. 

CHRBtiOTO Mabink RAILWAY, DARTMOUTH— DicectOTR, John p. Mott 
<PreB ); W. P. West, Jas W. Turner. S«w'y and Tn4U., a J. Wylde. 
Sopt., £. We^on. Office, 70 BedfiMrd Row. 

North Svonky Mai^i^w: Railway Comvany— Diroctors, Jamea B. 
Duffus, (Prest), Hon T. D.> Archibald, Win. J. Lcwia, m.i>., Thos £. Kenny, 
Jno P. Mott. Sec'y and Treas, H. N. Paint. , 

PicTou Marine Railway Comp'y — Fre< .TasPrimrosei. TMret^orp, J. 
Crerar, .f . A. I>awmn, R(>dvriek MeKenEie/ iigentiMid Sec'y^ H. PrHMrrose. 
Lessees, McColl & Yorston. i-ui:*u/: iw rtuiU i»i:.i 



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latiafier, 
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»iU, <]. R. 
liav, (Jape 
I. Shii^en- 
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iiiicd) un<l 
n,Uni>»|)«, 
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Savincjk' 
IHrcotore, 

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11. lUrt. 

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Stain, 11. 

rer,(Pres), 
M.lirowli. 

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AkUANACK. 



191 



Thk Starn MAXtrvAOTUiiiiio OiMrAVT-— Cnfiital 0900,000. W«rkf at 
Dartmouth. Directorii, Thomas A. KItchie, (Presl), W J Stairs (V.P.>, 
Alllnon Hinith, (i. A. 8. Crichton, Ofo U. Anderm>n, Francis Parker, J. C. 
MacltintoHJi. 8«c'/, J. T. Wjrlda. Manager, John Forbaa. Office, 72 
Bedford Row. 

Halifax Qaa Lioiit CkiMPANT— (Capital #880,000 ) Prest., T. A. 
Ritcliie. Directors, Georffe K.sson, Sr. , Martin P. Black, Wm P. West, Robert 
Boak, F^ward 8mith. Maniiffsr, Geo liuist. H«e'j, T. M. Braine. Cterhs, 
Fletcher A. Ilennigar, J. A. Kitcbia, James Baist. Auditor*, £dw Biaaejr, 
Chas Fletcher. 

JnouiNM CoAi. MimNO AsaociATin!i->Agent. B. B. Barnhill. Matager, 
Roliert Kedpath, JoK^ins, Cumberland Co. > 

Nrw )CnHK AND AoAoiA CdMrAMT.— AgeAt, William Bennet, Macean, 
Cumberland Go. 

Sphino IIili. Minino CoMPAnT— Manager, Wm. Hall, Sprln^, Hill, 
Cumberland (Jo. 

Valk Coal, Inorr and MiNrFAmTHiNo Co. — SirHtigh Allan, (Pres.) 
A((pnt, Joseph B. Moore, New Glasgow. Manager, John Greener, Vale 
Colliery, Piclou Co. 

Halifax Coal Compant, (LmJted) >-Af;ents, S. Cunard & Co., Halt- 
fax. Manager, James Hudson, 8:ellarton, Piclou do. 

Intrkcoi»nial Coal Minino Company — ^Agcnt, Robert Simpsea, 
Westvilie, Piclou Co. 

Acadia Coal (Company— Agent, H. S. Poole, Slellarton, Pictou Co. 

Nova Scotia Coal Company— Agent, W. W. White, WestvUle, 
Pictou Co. 

GowRiK Cou.iKRY— Agents, Archibald k Co., North Sydney, C. B. . 
Manager, Charles Archibniit. Cow lia.v, C. B. 

* Block HousbCoal Mining Company— Agent, R. Belloni, Ck>w Bay, 
Cape Breton. 

(Jalkdonia Ct>AL AND Rad.wat Company.— Agent, DavKI MacKeen, 
Caledonia Mines, Cape Brvton. • 

Clydk Coal Mining €k>M pa NT—Manager, John Sutherland, Port 
Caledonia, Cape Bretoni 

Gknekal Mining Aswwiation.— (Svdnev Colliery.)— Manager, Rkhd 
H. BroWn, Sydney Mines, C. B. Agents. Cunard & Morrow, Halilsx. 

Genkkal Mining Association- -(Lingan Colliery.) — Manager, Donald 
Lynk, Liiigan, Cape Breton. 

Glack Bay Coal Mining Company— Manager, Henr/ Mitchell, 
Little Glace Bay, C li. Agent, K. P. An:li(K>ld, Halifax. 

Inteknational Co.\l and Railway Company. — Manager, Patrick 
Neville, Bridgepttrt^ Agents, Dodd jtc Gillies, Sydney, Cape Breton. 

South Hka* Coal Ck>MPANY— Manager, James Baird, Cow Bay, C4I. 

Toronto Coal Ck>Mi'ANY— E. Cr.ssells, Secretary, Toronto, 

Inveiiness Coai^ Ikon and Railway Company — ^Agent, Alexander 
Wright, Moncton, N. U. 

New Campbelltom Colliery- Agent, John McDonald, New Camp* 
bellton, (^pe Bretou. 



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VltmnuA 0»Ai. ^Itmmi C'nMPAffr— A|p«W, W. J. Yfmtf, HaHOh. 

TiiK StKr.i. CoMfAMr or ('akaoa— (t«iinitttin.--C«pUjii. .€^,0(KK 
ClHilniMHi or hiractniii, r. W. Hivnimit, F.UH. LontlMii H«h)',v, K. V, \ 
Ttvuiiivno. /'*»/(rt'H'r<«, Hoilittff }filf, h'^wmh-if ami Sti^fi \V«M'h$ at LAtnUim' i 
tttrt'ff. \\ tS.— Miiiiii|4i<r, J. .Iaiiiiii«>: Tn>iiNu'n>r, Win Ihidgi'oii; AimlyHt, | 
Umty LouiB. Ant^iiln lit llfillmx, K I>. iVirhoft <f Pn. | 

I)«)MiM«»»C<M*iPKiitV«iMTritMi>.\HV-~Wwrk!i«tl)artMoiitli, O.J.WyltUt i 
SvcrcHii^' cikI IVMHUror, 70 lUiWunl Kow. j 

Ar.\i»iA r«»woKH rn.Mr\NV — DlnH'tofH, .lolm P. Mott, (Pirnl), I,. .1. 
Mnrtnn« M. UnMolt*^ K«t«nir4 Hiiilrh. Mti|t<<rin»«iid«nl, 11. C WtUon. (J. 
.1. Wyldn, SoirHmy, 70 lle.ll«»nl li«w. , 

INrfrM; WAN(NiMi*.\Nt— nir(«)tnni« C. K. UnvfM, (I\p«). A. J. Vnnprmm, 
Kndk. Mi'K«iiitio, Jmiiiva VorHtoii, Kolivrt 1*. Franor. S<>«'n4«r}% iCmderhsk i 
M«1*«IIIIMI. ^ i 

A vox ni»n»uv". (%»MPAxv— hlnu'tors, U. IV-W. I'Vumt, (TriMt), 0. V„ 
Wiifginn, H«iiiii«>.l (S. HIauk, IC W. i)iiiUM:k, W. II. UlMncliAril. N«u'y •nd 
Trc*«., «. I'. IV*"*' 

MKRritANTH* K\< M\NiiK ANIt JtKAIMNn UllOM— No. 118 Hollin HtfRet. | 

(MiAH Al- i'Tifoil, rro|)ri«Uor niul biipcriiitciHlrnt. 

Si ijAiToK Canso SihAM Kkuhv r«iMrA!fv.~^llirectoni, F. U. Orak, 
John \V. Iiigrnlmui, l«i>v! liar., (8uc i& Trca»)^ 

l»\i»TMoirH Kori:'A'<n(K Oimi'any— Wnrkn «n<t OffiM, North Dtrt- 
iiioutli; rrM|>i-i(>torfi, U'lii »St«iri«, Muu, <& Morrow. , ^ 

Makink IIaii.w.w, V a KMiniTH.— Director*, Jtumvn 11. Kinnu', (I'rm.); 
,1. K U>'crm)H, Hugh K. CuOii, rtowmnii rornliiif. 8«f*.v, R. S.ljikliiB. , 

Wi'.HiEH.N CoyNTiis Uailxvay (-i»."rl>ire«loiT. <fCo. H. DpiiQp, (Pren), 
S. M. Hyeisoii, Frttiik KHItim, II. I». l^dd, N. W. Blcllicit, Itutfli Ctiiii, \y, 
H. Moody. 8foy, .1. W. UiiiRAy. 

Oa« Ci»m»»a!«iv, YAiiM«»HTii---r«pitnl f.'»n,(K>o. nifpclnrn, SantUvl 
KilliiiH, (IVok), N.itlmn Moses lliijch luiiii, II. V. Udd, N. W. Ittvllictt, 
j .V. (ju«d«y, A. V. !5loueHiaii. S«uy, U. M. K*kiiiii. 

1.ivkkihmm?Mai{|ni-. Kaii.way Company— (rn<»oriw»r«tod A. t). IlilMII) 
Dirai'lom, Tboniiie Ko«H, (I'reHidoiit,) •lolm l>. M<:l<(>Mrn, (Vive Prtnidttnt,) 
I Andrew Cowio, .loHcpli liiiiiN, floliii 11. Miilliiill IVuasuror and 8u|Mrin- 
ttiiideiU, Thoiiiaii Day. Sucixitary, J. N. b'revinaii. 

UitiTiaH Amkuicam Uat (5oMi'AMYir(1Viii-«.)--DlrM'.t«r», W. H. 'IVq- 
moi.i (Prcrt.), Cvrus liaton, and A. C iskliurinaa. Hav'y nitd Treus., 0. A. 

TiujRO n<H»T & Siii>K Co.— Directors, <!<?«» Campbell (iVn), Ifiaac 
Bfalr (V. P.), G*rt J. Troop; J. 9. McT^aii, U. Blancliard, It. Turner. U. 
II. Koss, Sec'y. I*. H. V«rrte, Mana^jcr. 

(Pn««.), Wm K 



RvirtTUK MAKiTKActimiMO C«>.— DlVcctorfl, W. tt. Trcinaiti 
Kwlton, 0. .T. (Jrant. T.. B. McKllilnney and W, K. MfcUobert, 
jey. 8«c'y, \V. P. McKolitrU v 

PuTiiu Siin» Bi'ii.iMNo (jOMI'ANy.— Directors, I), hulherlaiid, (Prct.) 
U). McDonald, R. P. Frascr, \Vm. Jack, J. Fisher Ciraut Secy, W. W. 
H^cttiil«. ' 

Mountain Ckmktkuy Co., Vai«mo»itii.— Directors, N. Mows, (Pros.), 
JaiiiM B. Xinnev. (^o H. Brbwn. L. K. Bakef, P. Demtis, Jaa C-. KkHsb. 
Secretary, G.J." Farrish. .is.ff^n ^^u i u . 



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i1frtf/« al th*f Ship Stnp' at ('itwl*l /(ill, wAow VnmU rtm M>«n /»w»i M^ 
ViliuM nr rrpottml fttun mn (hitjmnt. 

For I Hqii«ra ItiKKotl vomcI, it Imlli i-iuM u|),on« uti tlie outer h«lliiiril 

mid one oit tlio iiMicr Imllinnl 
" S J>o, 1 bnll hniHiml on tho on tor hnllUrtl anil ono cloto upon ihn 

inntr lullkrd; outer Imll ilruppod. 
" 9 1>o, 3 (ml -t r.l()§o up, one on tho outer nml one on the inner 

halHiini. 
" 4 Do, a tintld Hopemtcd, nnd ono (;Iom up on the inner Imltiftnl. 
" ft Do, a |N)iinnt of any colour on the outer hftlliard, and one ball 

close up InHldo 
** ft Do, n |H*nnui iiiidor n Imll ctono up on the outer liaHiard, and a 

hall nt tlio inner hallinrd clone up. 
' " 7 Do, a fMMiRnt over a IniII riofie up on the 6utor halliard, and a 

hail cluMc up on tho inner hallbini. 
" H Do, a pcnniit under two hnllH rhino up on tlie oator luilliarda 

with n Imll clono up on tho inner hfllliard. 
" 9 Do, a |M3nnnt liotwecn two hallft (#t)iie up on the outer halliftrd 

with n hiill cloHO up on the inner hallinrd. 
" to Do, a Ahk uI any colour cloae up on tho outer hrlliard, with a 

hnll clone up on tho inner halliard. 
Tho a(K>vo hnlla, &o., are hoisted on the eaat or wont jard arm, 

acoordiuK to the iftmrter tlio vniscl first appears in. 

When HniliiiK Vcsnels are reported from an ontpont, the followlnt; 
siffunN are inailo on tho lower y«r«l, now used exciusivolr for sailing 
vusHcIn, as re|)ents : 

For a H(]unro Kifr^ed Vessel, two halls of a lixo, one at the outer, 
the other at the inner hallinrd, eloso up. 

A Khip, A largo bnll at the end of tho yard, with n small ono at Inner 
hallinrd. 

A IlAniue, a large do at the end, with a small one dropped at inner 
halliArd. 

A Ilrig, a small ono at the end of the yar4, and a largo one at tho 
inner hnllinrd. 

A Hri;;nntiiH\ a cross close up at tho outer halliard. Two or moro 
do, a cro8H half l)oi!«ted. 

A Topsail Sohoonor, a crohs close up at the inner halliard 
> Two or moro schooners, a cross itfner, half hoisted. 

Tho upper yard of tho Ship Staff is used solely to designate Steam 
Vessels thus : 

Two largo halls close up, one at tho outer and tho other «t tho inner 
halliaid, K or W, a steamer reported in that quarter. 

A small Imll tit the outer, and a large one at the inner halliard, a 
second elnsn I'nckct or merchant Steamer. 

A largo hnll nt tho outer, and a small one at tho inner halliard, n 
Man-of-War Steamer or Uoyal Mail Stcnmer, or large Morehnnt Steamer. 

Lanterns are lioibted nt night to denote a steamer reported. 

lied lisrlit on outer and white light inner on K. yard-arm denotes 
Steamer lOast re|K)rte<1. 

(tieen light outer and tpkite light inner on W. yard-arm — Steamer 
West reported. 



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Red Wftht nlmvo ifhi'te, 1'i feet Hpnrt, mnil (nim Kncfand. 

O'liwn liulit nbovu m^A/V*', 19 (eot Hpurt^ ninil for Kimliwift. 
H^/i//« l!j;ht iiltove red, 13 fi^t Mpart, NewfwinrtlMiiii innil. 
White Wiiht nhoxoffrrrti, 12 feet HpArr, BermiuTii mnil 

Grfkn liglit nhove iW, 13 feci apirt. EngliMli Mhii -of- Wnr. 

/^r/, ffxen nnd w/t/ffl, 12 feet Hpnrt, enemy's Mnn-olWiir. 

The ettlo'trfd lantern is always slinwn At yait) nrm, and the wh!t€ one 
At the inner halliard, E or W, according to the quarter the STietimer is 
reiwrtcd In. 

Whrn a Steamer is ftiuhtcd the inner {white) lirht is taken dorm. 

Nnmbcrs are indicated the Mame ns tin the lower ynrrT. 

When the do8cri,)tion of resttel in nscertntncd, i he lollowinfr descriptiTe 
colom will be hoisted at the mnsthead, and the inner ball taken down : 

A Union Jack — n Flag Ship 

Man uf Wiir Screw Steamer, a white penant with a Uue bnlf in the 
cenrrr, over the Union Jack. 

Man-of-War Puddle Stcnmer, a white penant with a blue hall in the 
centre under the Union Jiick. 

Truop Ship, white pennnt two blue crosses. 

Dummidn Idne Knsiirn, under steamer |iennnt, Dominion frnnboat. 

A red Ahk pierced white, Roynl Mail Packet from Engliind. ) Fort* 

A blue and red V ur naaricrs, with white ball in upper blue f niirhtly 
qiiiirtcr, mtdl for Knclbnd. • line. 

A blue flair white <cntrc, from Enubnd. ) »* . , i. 

A blue and wliirc four qu»rt.Ts for Ei;L'lnnd. ( ^««»'y ""•• 

A white ftiiiTt pierced blue, Ncwfoniidhmd mail. 

A white flair, jiicrci'd red, Bermuda mail. 

A blue ptMiant — u Sliip. 

A blue and white ptniant — a Barque. 

A red pennnt — a Hrijr. 

A n>d and white pennnt -a Bricintine. 

A while |>enHnt — « Sloop or Sphoj.ner. 

A blue and wiiite fluur hoiizonlaily divided — a Foroicn or Neutral 
Fleet. 

A white and blue flag yeitically divided— a Foreign or Noatrul Man- 
of-Wnr. 

A iiliie flop — a Foreign or Neutral Merchantman. 

A rod flay — an Ericniv'8 MeiTlmiirniiiii. 

A nul, while aiid blue flag, n»d nox? the mast— Enemy's Fleef. 

A lilno, wliitc and r<i %\<i — blue next ttie must under Stvainor's sig- 
nal, II French Mjui-of-Wur. 

Ameiicnn flag (Stars and Stripes) under Steamer's signal, American 
Maii(d-Wair. 

YcHow flag al)ovc doRcriptivc penant — Qnnrftntinc. 

When an English Packet arrlvisj bKtwccn evening and morning pun- 
Are, a red triangular flag will be kept flying at the mast bead from 
scveff till 9 A. M. 



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J. T. Twining, rc<l and white bur^w, red uppermost. 
Cr«>inwcil Line. W«io;l & Co, A^^eiits. red burgee, wliite C in centre 
Qiiebci* and Gulf Ports S. S Co F. 1). Corl)eit & Co, Agents, red, 
white, red, red npitcrmost, with blue perpendicular bar in the centre. 



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Inmnn Line, a rod flai;. white romer, with a black diaihond in centre. 

Jame* Bnilrr ft Co, red flat, white border, centre white star. 

John 8. MclAHin. re<t, white and red flanf, rot) appermogt. 

T. A. H. Do Wolf ft Son. red and white fla(f, red uppermoat, with a red 

and wliiie hail in centre, the red lialf on tiM while, and tlie white 

half on the red. 
J. 8. Cochran ft Co, red and white flag, striped horfxontally, with a 

iiiue Rtar in the centre. 
J. M. Watson ft Co, red, white and bine flag, divided diagonally, red 

ii|tpormost, with red itar on the white. 
Lawsoii, Harriii|;ion ft Co, red and yellow flag, striped lioriftontallr. 
Daniel Cronan, a white, red, white, red, white pendant, perpendicular 

strificti. 
John Crnnnn. tnme a* D. Cronan, with red pendant above. 
The Hottton ft Cul 8.8. Co, a red flag {lierced with a white trianglo^ 

npox next the mast. 
Dominion Lino, red ilnfr, with dfanond and bine bail in centre of white. 
While Cross Line, red flnfj with wliite Ht. Geor(fe'« cross. 
Tuclccr, red. while aod blue, with two white horiaontal bare. 

wniTB. 

Wm StnirK, Son ft Morrow, white flag, centre a blue square. 

James A. Moron, white flag, bordered red 

U. I. Hart, white flag, centre a red diamond. * 

Alhro & Sdns, white flag, bordered blue. 

A. G. Jones & Co, white flag, centre a red star, bordered red top and 

liuttnm. 
F. W. Finhwlek, white flap, centre a rod star. 
KsKon ftCo, white flng, red border, red Maltese cross in centre. 
T. ft K. DcWulf, white flag, red border, and blue letters DeW. 
Tj. W. Morr '.stm, white flag, with blue star. 
Joseph H. Relcher,wMtobani|«e. 
Ancnor Lino, whiter, with red anchor. 
, Wier Bros, white flag, red St. George's cross, blue diamond in centre. 

Carvlll Line^ green flag, wbite C in centre. 

BLOB. *) 

8. Cunanl ft Co, a blue flag, centre a while star. 

Wm Pryor ft Sons, a blue and white flag; blue uppermost. 

Wm Hare, a blue and reil flng, crossed white, blue next the mast. 

Levi Hart, a blue, white and ^d checkered flag. 

N. L. ft J. T. West, a blue burgee, centre a white star. 

George P. Mitchell ft Son, a blue and white burgee, blve nppermost. 

J. Northnp & Squs, a blue flag, St. George's cross. 

Brcmner ft Hart, a blue burgee crossed witite. 

Johp Taylor ft Co, a blue andjrhttc pendant, over a blue flag crossed 

diagonally.. t y 

J. F. Phelan, a blue, white, blue and white do, blue next the mast. 
Allan Line, a blue and white red flajg, and red pendant ai)ove. 
R. Boalcft Son, blue flag, crossed white diagonally. 
Pickford & Black, a blue flag, white diamond, with P. ft B. in red letters 

' in the diamond.! 
BaHwin, blue flag with white border and white B 

Itollffax. 



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Cuf torn HouM, • blofl fluff, Union Jack in the upper comer, e crown in 
tliorenire, with awhile C II below it 

Koyal Halitnx Yecht CInh, ISiuign, the Bloo Enitgn of H. M. Fleet, 
OM of which WM granted to the Club bv en Adinirnliy Wernini, 
dMtcd 14th April, 1869. Club Burpee, hluo with ilie ProTincinl 
Arms In the Upper vomer; Vommtiiort^ red iwellow tnil burtrce 
with gold eruwn incentm; Vice Commodore, while swalhiw tailed 
biircotf with icnrlttt crown in centre ; Hmir Commodore, blue mwhIIow 
tailed burgee with gold crowu in ceiitro. Halutfa—Commodot'^t 11 
guns ; ries Commodur; 9 guns ; /2e«ir Commodart, 7 guns. 



SOOZXTZaS. 

St. Obokob's fktctMTr.—'/'ieMdfnt, Col J. W. T^nrie. Ifrt- 
PrtMt, W. C. Silver. \hI Ai$t. VictPreM, Jolin Overv. 2ml l)o , 
Dr. Trcnaman. T'reas. K. J. Lordly. A$»t Triww, W. M. Humphrey. 
Sifc'y, R. T. Murray. A$$t. Sec't,' C. H. Bennett. Chapimm, Revs. 
John AhlKttt. W. J. Ancient, W. Bell, Dr. Dodwell. O. Troon. 
PhifainatB, Dra." T. R. Almon, and A. Moren. Afanhal, Captaui 
L. J. Bland A$$t. Marnhal, W. A. Purcell. Mensenqer, Jnhrt Aniton 
Com. of Afanajnement. R. J. Wilson, A. Adams, W. J. Wnlliice, R. 
R. Saunders, Thomas Clay, the Murshal and Secretary. Com. of 
Charity, R. Theakston, J. Lepine, Philip Jones, Thomas Longley, 
John Overy, William Mnrray. Sick Vi$iting Committee, T. Lnmiicft, 
Thomas DAy, A. Hutchinson, Thos Burton, J. J. Hamilton, 0. Guy. 

CiiARiTABLB Ibish Socibtt (Established 1786.) — PrendenI, Hon. 
James Butler; Vice-Prenident, Rit'hard Sntlifle; \$t Aut. VicePregi- 
dent, John Ead ; 2d Aut. V. P., Daniel Sullivan ; 'TreoMurer, John M. 
Inglis : Secretaru, James J. O'Brien ; A»gt. Sec'y, Patk M. Duggan ; 
Manhal, John O'SnIlivan ; Meaungtr, William Power. 

NoBTH British Socibtt CInstitnted March 26, 1768). — Prmdent 
Charles J. Macdonald. Vice-Pre$t, Robert Sedgcwick. iSenr. Asst. V. 
P., John Watson. Junr. Aut. V. P., Roderick Macdonald Trm- 
»urer, George Mitchell. Secretary, James B. Forgt^n. AfM. Secre 
tary, George S. Campbell. Chtplmina, Prof. I'ollok, i>.i>., and Rer. 
Thomas Duncan. Com. of Charity, J. P. Muir, Duncan Grant, 
John Taylor, Angus MrIieo<l, J. Srott Mitchell Marshal, James S. 
MacKay. Af^$$enger and Piper, John Patterson. 

Highland Socibtt or Nova Scotia.— CInstitnted 31st Maj, 
1888, by virtue of a commission from the Highland Society of London) 
Chief, Hon. Wm. Ross. President,}. H. Johnston. Vice-Prut, Hiij^h 
Murray. Directors, James Crxwford, D Rcid. Sec'y, Lydinrd 
Mackintosh. Titas, Angus McLeod. Chaplain, Rev. Hui<h Mcl^eod, 
D.D. Surgeon, R. S. Campbell, m.d. Pipers, John McKenxie, John 
Patterson. 

Halifax Club. — Committee, "H. Uniacke, (Chairman), Stephen 

Tobin, J. F. Kenny, H. H. Fuller, L. J. Morton, John T. Wylde, 

;F. D. Corbett, W. Twining, M. Dwyer, John Duifus. W. H. Creigh- 



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ton, Wm. E«son, Ooo. Miickoiuie, Oeo. R. Andonon. Set'jf, H. W. 
Joliniton. 

Nova Scotia Imhtitotr or NATcnAL Scibkcb.— Purron, Hit 
Honor the Liont. Qov-vmor. Pmidrnl, VV. (JoMip. Vice-Prfiident, 
Dr. I^m-Hon. Tr«aturer, W. C Silver. Strrrtariat, Rev I), ilonej- 
iniin, U.C.I.., r.o.t., and J. T. MelUHli, m.a. rouNciV— Bcniard Oilnin, 
M.D., M.i.c.t., Or. A. P. Ueid, R. Morruvr, John Hontprs, mu., lion. 
L. G. Power, Andrew Dewar, Aiitriiitini Aliinon, J. Mrttthew Jonct. 

U.vio!! FiRB Protrctiox COMrANV.-^RetfuUr iMetinite, third 
Tuciiduv oteach month, Nt the Coinp»nv'« Hell, HarrinKton Street. 
Caf4, tV. 8. FrMser. Vic*-Cm4, Chnrloe Noel. Trfa$, T. J. Hhhi- 
ilton. .SVy, U«rri« Hell ^"in. -Scry, Ocorire Hilton. Mot$kal, 
Wm. OaiKun. Kttvfr of Httil, T. Mc Alpine. No. 1 Diviciuit— 1</ 
Lintt, Cliae R. InjiliV Sntf LinU, J. W. ikriven. art/ Litut, K. J. 
Dolphin. No. % Division.— 1«( Lieut, Geor)^ Downie. %ud LUut, 
D. Johne. Sr</ LittU, E. Keerney. 

FniriT OnowKRe' AsnooiATioif and Imtrrnatiojial Show 
SociKTY or Nova Scotia. — PaUun, HIa Ilunur, the Hon. A. G. 
Archiiiuld, Livut Governor. Pietident, Cherleit CottnHin nHniilton, 
M.O., Caniird. Vire-Pi€*idenU, A. H. JohuHon, Kiiif^n ; J Oii« Iviii^. 
Hants ; Avard Lon^lev, m. p., Annapolis ; G(>or)cc A. S. CrLhtoU, 
Halitax ; Colin CampWll, Di^hy ; Charles K. Rrown, YHrittnnih ; 
M. R. Dosbrisay, Lunenliar^ ; JAnies Spurr, Q<i<'ens. llnnorari/ Vire 
PrtfgideutH, RoSt Onint HHlitnirton, q.c, m.a , r a.A., Otiuwa ; Rirhd 
Starr, Cornwallia. Corrcnpontiinrj Sfcretarif, 1). Henry Stnrr, llHlirnx. 
Reonrding See. and Trma, lli»l>ort W, Starr, Port Wiliiaioa Aitd!tor$, 
A. H. JolmHOn and Goor^^c W. WAllnce. Council — Fur ffnl{/ax, Hun 
P. C. Ifill, Col J. VV. Lanrio, Herbert Harris and Professor T^iwiion. 
Ft ffant$, Geo Wio^ns, W. H. Allison, m. v., H. V. B Farnttworth 
and Chas Bacon, tor K\nfi$, C. F. Eaton, Edwin Chase, I^nac 8hAw, 
Leander Rand, John O. Bymo, J. Benjamin, C. R. H. Starr, J W. 
Hamilton, W. Sutton and J. B. Bow«er For AnnapoliB, H. H. Morse, 
C. B. Whitman, Delancy Harris, R. Fitz Randolph, B. Starratt and 
R. Marshall. Standina Committett, On Fruitt, R. W Starr, Chuirman, 
C. C. Hamilton, Avard Longley, Chas. £. Brown and A. H. Johnson. 
On PtdtiicatiamB, Prof Hiirgant, Chairman, A. Loneley, R. W. Starr, 
and J W. Wallace. 

NoTA Scotia Yacht S<)UADROir.— (EsfnbKshed 1875— Station, 
Halifax.) Commodore, llis Excellency the Mnrqnis of Lome, OoToruor 
GenenilofCanndH. Vice'Conunodore,lA.E R. Hussey. tiear-Voinmodorf,< 
J. W. Stairs. Honorarif Secretary, F. C. Sumichrast, (Royal Soutiiem 
Yacht Club, Enji^land, and hon. member Yacht Kacing Associafion.) 
Com. of Manoqemenl, the Flag Officers and Secretary, ex officio, F. M. 
Piisuow, S. A White, H. St. G. Twininff, J. E. Butler, I>. C. Chal- 
mors. Sailing Committee, the Flag Officers and Secretary, ex officio, Lt. 
Col. H. W. Clerke, G. A. Black. D. Cronan, Lt. C. C. Carter, r. k., 
W. H Weeks, m.d Meamrers J. E. Butler, W. U. Troop. 

Nova Scotia Poultrt and Floriciti.tural Association — 
The object of this Society is to improve the stock of poultry, and to 
culti%'atu a tiistc for floriculture in the community. President, Andrew 
Downs. Vice. Preoidentf, Professor Lawson, F. C. Elliot, C. W. 
Anderson. Secretarif, R. J. Wilson. Aaat. Sec'y, Thomas Gondgo 
Treaourer, A. Mackinlay. 

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Nova Scotia Bible Socibtt — Prmdent, Hon S. L, Shannon ; 
Vice-Prests., William Pryor, Hon Judge Mar^bnll, Hon Sir Wui. 
Young, Kt., Chief Justice. Treas, S. H. Black. Setoff, Jas Farquhar. 
Agent, John Tuland. A Inrge committee of gentlemen o^ various 
religions dcnqminations is appointed anpnully. The parent society 
was formed fti London in 1804. ltd ohject is *' to CDConrnge a wider 
circnlation of the Holj Scriptures frithont note or comment." Each 
subscriber of one guinea annually ii a m«mbdr; a subscription of ten 
guineas qualifies for life membership. The committee of management 
consists of thirty-six members, fifteen of whom belong to the Church of 
Bngland.^Thc Nova fc>cotia Bible Society was instituted on the 24th 
November, 1813. Total issues of the Society, 82,700,000 copies of the 
Scriptures. Income of the Nova Scotia Society, last year, 93,632.75. 

Halifax Ladirs' Bible AasociATipN — Pte^., Mrs Liddell. 
Vice Preat. Misi Wells; Sec^y, Miss F. Pryor ; Treas., Miss G. 
Lawson. A strong committee assists the ofl&cebcnrers. This Society 
collects funds for the pnrpose of 6irctllating the Scriivtures among the 
poor and destitute. When s balance remains in the Treasurer's hards 
at the close of the year, the amount is given to the Nova Scotia Society. 

British American Book an© Tract Society — Prest., T. A. 
Brown. Treaa., Geo. H. Starr, Secretary and Superintendent (^ Col- 
portage, Alex. McBean. These office-bearers with a Board of Directors 
composed of clergymen and laymen of various denominations, areelected 
annually. The Society was incorporated in 1872. Its expenditures in 
eleven years amounted to $273,414. It received in donations over 
$35,000 ; and it circulated publications to the value of over $250,000. 
The publications circulated are mainly those of the Beligious Tract 
Society of London, and other non-denominational publishing houses. 
About $47,000 have been spent in Colportage, — ^and 108 years of 
labour were devoted to this object. Religious Books, Tracts, Maga- 
zines, Sabbath School Papers, Libraries alf half price, &o., are 
specialties of the Society's Depository. The operatbns of the Society 
are directed.by an Executive Committee which meets monthly, ^pd by 
Sab-Committees on Colportage^ Publications and Finance . 

EvAiroBLiCAL ALLiANCB.—PnesiWi^, Hod S. L. Shannon ; Sec% \ 
Rev. Robert Murray. The Evangelical Alliance is a Society intended 
to promote united action among christians of diiferer t denominations in 
sO far as they are agreed. It puts forth efforts for tho promotion of 
religious liberty ; and it issues annually an invitation for a week of 
united prayer. 1 . 

Young Men's Chbistiaw Association. — President, John S. 
McLean. Vice Presidents, M. M. Lindsay, hdwanl Lloyd, W. Roche, 
Jr., Hon. Dr. Parker, J. T. Meliish, Geo. Cunningham. Treas, S. H. 
Black. Sec'y, Henry Theakston. The Halifax Young Men's Christian 
Association was organised in December, 1853. Its object is the 
improvement of the " spiritual, moral, mental and social coiidition 
of the young men of the City of Halifax." It owns a handsome 
building which has cost over $37,000. It haa a large Library and 
a spacious and well supplied Reading Room : also Committee Rooms, 
Class Rooms, Parlor, Lecture Hall and Dining Room. — Any person pf 
good moral character may hucomc a meml^r, but no one can serve on 
committee or be an ofRcer of tho Association witltput being a member in 
good standing of some Evangelical Church. 






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YouKO Woman's Christian Association— Pre«i(f(fn/, Mrs W. 
8. Sterling. Treasurer, Mrs £. G. South. Secietaries, MisMCs Sterling 
and Morrow. This Soriety aims at promoting the welfare of young 
women in the City, by means of a night school, libraries, &c., &c. 

Contention of Y, M. C. Associations in the Maritime 
Protincbs.—- This Convention meets annually. Its last meeting was 
held at Chatham, N. B., when the following officers were chosen for 
the ensuing year : — President, J. S. McLean, Halifax. Vice-Presidents, 
T. W. Daniels, St. John ; T. C. James, Charlotletown; A. H. Patter- 
son, Tmro; C. S. Chaplain, Amherst; Thomas Logan, Fredericton. 
Secretaries, W. B. McNutt, Halifax ; E. T. C. Knowleo, St. John ; 
D. C. Gillis, Sydney, C. B. 

SAnRATU School Association. — This Society is intended to 
bring together once a year representatives of all the Sabbath Schools 
throughout the Maritime Provinces, in order to discuss the most 
approved methods of protit outing their work. President, A. McQueen. 
Secretary, S. Waddell, Halifax, N. S. 

Halifax Infants' Home— The object of this Home is to receive 
and tenderly care for destitute infants. Its affairs are managed by a 
Committee of ladies. The annual expenditure amounts to about 
93000. It has no building of its own, and no endowment. The number 
of infants in the Home at any one time is about fourty-two. When the 
children are about two years old they are given out to be adopted by 
families in the countrv. Nearly twenty have been thus provided for 
within the past year. The Committee extends its care as far as possible 
to the mothers of the destitute infants, aiming thus at a double good. 
The Home is situated at the comer of Inglis Street and Tower Koad. 
Miss Nordbcck, Treas., 61 Victoria Road. Mrs £. M. Saunders, Sec'y. 

AsTLUM FOR the Blind — Board of Managers, William Murdoch, 
Esq., who died in London in 1867, left by Will £5000 N. S. Currency 
towards endowing an Asylum for the Blind. This led to other gifts 
and the erection of a building at a cost of £3000,— capable of accom- 
modating forty pupils. The Institution is really a school. There 
were ten boys and six girls on the Roll in 1876. Income fuih all 
sources $2,656. Expenditure $2,918. Jas F. Avery, m.d., Prest.; 
John S. Maclean, V. Pres. ; Geo Thomson, Treas. ; M. H. Richey, 
Corresponding Secretary; M. Bowman, Recording Secretary; C. T. 
Fraser, Superintendent; Miss Jessie Forrester, Teacher; T. Blair, 
Steward ; Mrs. T. Blair, Maltvn. 

Deaf and Dumb Institution — (Gottingen Street.) This Institu- 
tion has been in operation for twenty years. Aborjt two hundred pupils 
have been under instruction there. It is suppoitcd partly by grants from 
the Governments of the Maritime Provinces, and partly by voluntary con- 
trihntionB — most of the pupils bcin*; too poor to pay for th«ir board and 
education. The pupils range in age from five years up to twenty-five. 
Those who have the full benefit of an education here are able to express 
themselves witii fluency. Some of the pupils are iniight to speak. 
Patron, His Honor the Lieut. -Governor of Nova Scotia. Chairman, 
Hon D. McN Parker, m.d. Sec'if, Rev James C. Cochran, D.r. 
PrincijMi/, Albert Woodbridge. Assistant Teachers, John Ix)gHn and 
Miss Logan. Matron, Mrs Vinecove. Physicians, Hon D. McN. 
Parker, m.d., Dr. Morcn. Dentist, Dr Alfred Cogswell. 



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rtWi* iifuvrtMrt iVHpot inMo wotMt'n of mlvntu»r<l yvA\'n «lic»m» mt^nnn of 
Uv>»Hhoo(l nm vt'ty tiniiiofl. KHtv i!f»ll«rw n yoni- jinlil l»y tlu* IhtiintP «♦»• 
by li ftloni^ nfn'HjvK alt i1»o oom(ov»« of ii \w\\\v. Niimlwr ol inittntoii 
tvviMuv fHw to twonty fotn-. T\w lonitthtttttt owps Im t^xlntotun to the 
iHoMB^uhil IMM»rnl«ty "of lite lute WUIInttt Miinlork, Vm\. PrHiidenl, Mi» 
\V. 8. Stiilinjt. iS(V»vffi»;y, Miw Forii»t» JShh-TrptiH^ MIbs A. Nonlbwk. 

]PttrtTR«rA,iifT t)nniAH«* ttoMK— IVoicitnnt . ,>l«rtM«, two yi^nw old, 
Mni) iipwitnU, nro nihtiittm) to this ttistituiion. Itoi\)oyN rotiHlilcrNhle 
cn«^o\Vmi»n'!i. Oomli)rtiil)le ItomM ih tlie oouiHry m-« wMitftit out nnil 
8i»c«m»rt for boyn a\u\ ittH« rt« thtv n»o\v uj). Smtinrtf, Mm It. tMt.'kfonl. 

i*WrtTi«;«TAr«T Inoiimtriai, Somooi,.— Thin Tnnflttulon In lnt«m«1(8d 
to f9iit\\ AWi\ trnln ft)r nom<» owtUI 0(»i'«f>rttlrtn hoy« wlio mlaht oiliwi- 
wl«o t»o li»ft to jrhMv up «« " roOifhA " nnd oHmlttnlfi. There nre twetity- 
B«v*n h^>y« in the toHtitiitlon nt pr^dttt; l>«t there in rtcoommoflrttion 
l\>f one hMiidrcd. It Ib wtttler the m'lttngfemnnt of k eonioihteo of 

S»ntlemtMi ninl \\u\\m. TVmsin-m', W. 8. Stirlloj?, <SVtt»/firy, K. 1). 
[cynell. ^'M»y«•l•, Dr. Slaytei*. IkntiBtf C., 13. X*uttit«r. JSuiterinttnd' 
entt Ahner tlttrt. i -1 ,(, 

Hat.ifax VtBiTfTrn lltirwNHAnv.'— MiMlicnl nM In nflbrdcil by thin 
tttititiKioo to hnndrviln of poor prttlonbi. ThtMe who ne«l itu'h utten- 
llon Are visltert hy l*hyj«lcl«nH nt their homes. Thowj who cnn come to 
the I)in|»eti!iAry At the prt>por hoar nre ditly uttemted to there. Over nix 
thoHtmnd pttv<or{piion« hnre heen Hlled therv hiRt y«iir for poor imtienti. 
Ttm*, John Klnclmr. A'w'^, W. H. Winwoll. 

HAurAx Association ron tMritoviNo tiir Conditioh ot 
TitR Poor— The «i«n of the AMOcliitlon Is to i\id the poor by tflvlnp 
them emptoyniont ^vh«»oev^»r It U posxilde to do so, ntm seotirlne: thut 
only the dj'ieivina: l)Oor Mhstl bo iild«»d. Kvery en«e fa tttyesfltrnted 
lH>fi>re «id i« ^W<^n. /Vnf., Jno Dotill. IW Pivrt,, W. H. Ne«l. 
t\mi., W. 8. Htirllng. 

Nova ScotiA Trmporary Homr for Inrrriatrb, (ntihe Grove, 
DurtmoiUli.)— Thii* " Homo " Is intettded to chelter persons who wro 
desirous of ovcixjominja: the habit of Itecomtng drunk. Those who can 
ftffVmi to do 8t> M-e iv<|u{red to pay board. ]>cstitute |)crsons nre 
admitted free. All are treated with eqiisl care Trvasnmr, Geo. H. 
StaiY. Secretary, K. Lloyd. Stipen'ntcnfimt, H. 8. K. Noal. 

Nova Sootia Ukai.tii Soc'iRTr.-*/*m<»Wf»Hf, His Honor Lieut. 
Governor Archihald. lVw-P«f «/«/♦»«<(«, 8lr W. Youutf, Sir K. K*»nny, 
Hon. A. G. Jones, (fcnemi vSV^, J. VV. Macdonald, m.d. AasfintHnt 
iNVv, K. C. NewlK»ny. Trean.', James lAirquhar. Tliis Society Is 
K>rm<»<l io piMmotc voluntary etH»ri8 l\»r prevcntitj}? the outhiTrtk «ud 
spn^ul of infi'Ctionsdixertsos. Ir aims aho at tho ditfusion of sanitKry 
knowlct^ife iteariu); on the physical and moral welfai-e of the |>eople. 

Nova Scotia Sociktv for tub PRRVKSTtox of Crum-tv to 
An»m vi.s — fV.v/tfrw/, M. H. Kiohey, m.p. Chalrmnn K.tfntth^f 
Committer, A. H. Woodill, M.n. SceMmfft John Nrtyh»r, l.'i* HolHs 
ShXKot. Annual subscription SI, lifo mcmbeni 120, children 25 cents. 
The objecr of the Society *■< to prevent cruelty to anluials, to educate 
public opinion on the subject, to punish the iterpctrators of wanton 



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ntilmnlH. rtinduplotn on lh« rnil^-nyfl nm nutlinriiKMl tn net ha ngetill 
of the Rocleiy, 5140 cnsi-n of •riielly were ilrnll with Imit yenr. 

TjAtuf.M Air^tr.tAnr BrMi«TT.-^Pfvi»»Wr7»f, Mm P. (5. IIUI. Virf- 
Piy>niitpnf , Mm tliitlgft Ultehie^ IVmnw^i, Mm 4. V. Kfniijr. SerMarift 
Mrs DnnhwoiHl. 

NrtYA BooTiA lIiwTonirAr, WnnutT— /^M»■r/l•»^ Jn^e HlfcMe. 
Mi^-I^vfuiftoni, tiev. Df. ttill. Hny))Hhnf .SV'iwoM/. J. T. Hiilmer. 
{\)rrn*mi\Hinij Sn'irtnnf, J. T. Htcwml. '/Wnntitn, •Ins. B, MitcHoiiHhI. 
The oiijtet oi ihii* HoviViy ii4 the cnlliTiiuii hikI itiihliintioo of nintiu- 
ncriplw, pnmphlcit*, liookR, Ac, thni itie o( himorii'id iiiurent, relating tu 
Nova Hiutiu ui* the iK'i){lil)oniiii(i; I'loviiices. 



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attAND LODOB OF THB MOST ANCIENT AND HONOBi 

AULm FnATKRNITir OF FRBIil AND AOU0PTJBO 

MABONB OF NOVA BOOTIA. 

(inml MfiKtfr, {'oU)W\ J. Wl»nburn Lnnric, tiAlirnx ; ftpjm^ (L 
^foxtp1\ ,\m\y^n Hmlson. Htfllrtrtnn ; Smm- fi. Wardni, A. O. Mtt^run, 
Syilncy; J»ni'or (t. WanJptt, K K. I'npppr, Hvnr lllver; (tmnrt Trea- 
«»ff¥r. Andrew^ K. M«»^k)nlrtV, llnllfnjt; (ltrnni Sprfpfnrtf, Hpn|»«mln 
rnrl^n, n.c.t.., tlitUrnx ; </mnr/ fjpiiutvr, K. W. Ilowill IfMlirHx ; 
(imnd rhuftUiinn, Hev. I). ('. Mooiv, Stt'llMridn ; Tlftt. H. I). (leRtoifl, 
U.A., AnnHjKjHs; Hev. C Bowinttn, i>.»., I'nriHhnro'; Uev. Illrhmd 
Avory, M.A., Avlenfonl; llcv. W. Downey, JUniTlnjxton ; J<ev. II. P. 
AInion, 1) c.L. Windsor; Uev W. WnlnwrlKlit, Hnlilnx ; l(ev Ueorge 
Townshend, m.a., Ainhorst ; Kcv (Jeo. B. l)o<lwell, m.a., llnHfiix; 
Smioi' fiitit^tt Ihtiroftt T. H. HMrHs. AylfNloitl 5 Jminr Untml /fptiwn, 
I>. O. McKav, Littio Olnce Buy ; (). Sn/tt. of Wmkn,Sf\\tw9 J)Onifi»t«f, 
HnUfnx ; /.* /). nf Oti'mnnift^ W. I*:. Wittitntt, Pflrmliw; G. .Sumrti 
tknrpt\ U. L. Uurdwh'k, Annapolin; Gmnti Oiyanisf, 8. 1'orfpr, Unhfax ; 
Gmml t^urmivaittt Uriah 1^. lj«pl»«ni. 9iih lleyt., llHlifnx ; Graud 
SfnmttfH, C. J. Oochran, Kentvlllc; J. W Kiirpntrh k, Tow B»y ; W, 
V. Murray, II«Hfax ; James Krrr, m n.. I/i>ntl«)nilorrv ; Ocorue K. 
DeWItt, MfJ., Chciler; P. B. MvKerrow, Halifax; /y^r, Johh M. 
Taylor, Hnlifkx. . 

iDtsTRtdT onptJTir orand mabtahb. 

T. a CosHuinnit Halifax. 

llcv. Willinm Downey nitrrlnpfon. 

AufrnstuH Itohinion, m.u »...AnnMpolis. 

I^win Johrstone, m.d HMliarton. 

C. Crowe lload Hydney, C. B. 

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fttTBOtlDINATlD LODGBS. 

8t Anprrw's, No 1, Halifax (KHtiildishcd 1768). Mcsotiion the flmt 
Tuenday of nacli month. Worshipful Master, Joseph H. Jost ; 
Secretary, A. 0. Cunningham. 

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Rt iTMfinX Nn«, HMlinix ( niit»MIMi(Mt Udi)). Mmtn on the Hnl 
Mmttliiv •»(' t>Ni<h mnnHt. WonUilttfVil MrtBtor, J)iiiir<tti HnliMrtioti { 
Rprvotiiirv, »l» Hrti-v(>v KHth. ... 

Vi«n>M. N.» .1. Ilt^lirrtu (KuWW'mHwl UM). M«m»M rt« (tm fto»»flh 
Montiiiv or 9nv\\ iiumth. Woniltipnil Mmiter, Arthur Mi Curren i 
WeotvtrtVv, (>>«»tt<l W. rii)tt>i>r. 

t)iittv« No 4. Iiunnnhnru ( RnlirthUphtfil U99), Meotn on the flrnt 
TM«»M*y ntrnch month. Worthlplnl Mrtsiw, l». M. ilivm ; Hevt-otrtry, 
Fi. tl. Mohmt Ml 

At,nt»>}<. Nt) 5, Nrw nhtnij:'*^** (KjttnhlNhn! 1H.1P|. ^tMll on the 
flmt iVminv of I'rtrh nuMUh. Woi(«hl|»l\il Mn«tei', 11. T. Rnth<<rl»nn1 { 

Hov\!, Brnswx. No«. HnUm?t (Hxtnt^lhhffl IB4I). MiH'tn «mi thp 
(\f*t Thuwdrtv of cnch looiiih. Woishlpftil Miintcr, 1>. L. .luhim; 
Hwn'mrv, A. M. M»noll»n1. ,V !'i 

St. A!«i>ww\v*n, No 7, Sv.loov, tV tt (l^,st«ttli>*hr«1 1R44). Moctn on 
th<* tMhl Tom^vy of iMU'h nionlh*. WorshlpHil MHHti't-, A. (I. Mi'L<»«« j 
vSonvtnry, O. Miiiht»non. 

AiwriA, No B, Amhorsk (RstuhHshoil lH4f»). MoiMn on tho flr»t 
Mooittiv ol>rtoh mf>«th. WokuhlplXil M«!»t»*r, W. J. Molfnt;! f^wiftrtiy, 
U. Whithiim Chipnmn. 

ZKTi.A»«t>, Ni». «♦ tilvpr|»ool <t«:«tnhU<thei) 1M7). Meets on the 
h>««tl» THio-stUv of oiu'h month. Worshlplul Muster, W. T. H. Krusor ; 
vSt4Wt>o-y» y.. U Mnlhull. 

Wn«Hn, No \<\, \U\\fi\n. (VMnhMwA IP4H). Mppti on the flrst 
N\*'HnM!iy of w\«*h month. Wor«hipl\tl Mnst^r, W. A. McKenHiet 

Nh>v CAt.cimNiA, No 1 1, Ph«tou (KstAhllihed 164(1). Mcctit on the 
(t<>c<Mti) TiK'ciUv of mob monih, ntiH) (\)uiih Tnctidiiy IVont Aptit to 
8«)>t«mh«r. \V. Mnstcrt Thomes Tannor ; Sec^t Ohnrlet ID. l)av(of. 

HiNXnr No 12, Yurmonth (Fijttnhllnhpd IM9). M«H»f«i on the flnl 
Motit^Kv of cnoh month. Worshlpftil Muster, 1\ B. Croshy ; Hevretnry, 
\V. V.lJmwn. 'V ' 

AcAniA, No M, PH|tYV«!«h (RutAhUihcH \9^9) Meetn on the Hri|< 
Wolnojotrty of Ortoh month. WorshtplXil Mnntcr, DonnlJ MnoAulay ; 
8ocremry,'J. V,. Wurnor. 

Arxntx, No U« lUlifkx (RstAhlifhed IBftt). Meets on the second 
Miwdiiv M e«ch month. Wor»hlpt\il Mnstcv, J. K. Ii«nt; Secretary, 
X\f\^\ A. Ualihttvton. 

Athouh, No 1ft, HttUfiix (RstnWiHhe«n3ft9). Merts on the fonrth 
Wotlnos^livvof ej»ch month. Worshipful Master, Thos. Mitchell ; Soc'y, 
J. MiU«n ftohtnsitn. 

Kkith, No. 16, tliUshni-tfh, (TSstabllshcil ISRH, Moots on the first 
Monday of eaoh montlt. Worshipfol Master, J. II. Bo 
C)«orp9' NvdioH, 

Rkitii, No 17, HaUfi»K ( Establishott 185S). Meets on the second 



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'l*liui-i«ltt,v of drtdJ IHohtli. WMfHliJiinil Mn»}fr, W, tiaviti ; ftwfttnry, 
•f. A. Rtiiilli. 

t Ni«m, No IR. tliilirtix (tIftfntiliHiiH inn/^). M«ffM on tho third 
Motidiiy of ciuti iitiMiib. Worrilii|ii'iti i>iiiRt(>r, Olirts Ic. Ilrniketi; Bec'jr, 
•fniiH*!! .1 tick Mill. 

lUirAi, Ai.nicHt, No 1?). Rvdrn'y, T. 11. (K^tnliUHliHl 1^57). M«<^«fi 
OH the tlilitl Mofiilnv ol>ntli liioiufi. WorMhl|)fUI MHMer, N. Mftrtrli ) 

R«M|-»*tlllV. (t<«0 f. M. l^'OflKH. 

f<r OKotMiK'fl, N(t i!0. Woirvlllo (KstiiMivhril t9Af»), Moffx on 
thp Mm'UIiU Krhlrtv of ••juh molitti. VVoMlilpriil M«»tfr, J. W. Culdwell ; 
HtM'MMrtty, .(. ll.'H«'ntl»7. 

Ki";!!!!, No 21. Hli'llnrtoM (K«in1ilIslM'«1 IRWi). Mn-tfi on flie i«e<«nd 
WiMlnosdny (»f omli nionlli. Woinliliifiil Mnnter, A. U. drny ; ^n^'y, 
J. W. KniHiT. 

('oNroHii, No. 24, HiuThifrloM. lV1««f« on the WTotnt Mondn/ o( 
PiiHi month. WoiMhtjifnl Mimtvr, t). V. Covlllj Ncci-eturv, T. W. 

WicdtfonT, No 2fi, W»'«titort. (I'^tiiMishHl ipr.l). M(>(>tfl on (he 
flist TtH'Milny of PHrh ilionth. Worshipftil Mnxt^r, M. II. I'ftleM; Weft'jr, 
K. (\ Mowfrn. 

Wi5f,nrr»iM», No 20, Win«l«or (KiMt«MI»h<'«| IPOI). Mn-ts on the 
«(»ro««l W«'«lm«w1rtV «»f frtJ'h month. Worshipful iWnntf r, J, R. (*ow«n; 
Hwf^ttiry, ThomiiN If. Timlin. 

W<;otiA. No W. C'nnninjr, K\nttn f'onnty (l'!«>tnl.H>ificft 1«61). 
Moptu on thn first Wpdn»'H»lny of pm-h incmth. Worshif/fnl Mnntet, 
Ow»rB« H. Viin^hnn ; Hocretnry, l>. M. ni«'kf0. 

t'wiNi'K or WAi.ftN, No 2!>. Milton, Quwns (-onnty (fyf^tnhllsfiod 
1P0I). Mppts thp sproncl Tupudfty of pncli nio»ith. Wofshlpfnf Miiflfcr, 
UwirffO A. rionvehintl ; Hncrptmy, WUIlnm Ford, jr. 

Af.nnMT, No .'M>, HhcllHirnp ( K»((iMislic«1 1P«2). Mr»'t,« on tfiP srronfl 
Wotlnpptlay of Pftch month. WorBhlpful Muster, J. Bower ; Kt-cfetury, 
A.V. Mof'iPrtn. 

HooTiA, No .11, Yurmonth (KstnMlsfiod lRr..l|. Mwts on tfie 
second XiH'sdnv of pm-li month. WorHhlpfnl Mnstor, Arthur J. Caftn ; 
fiecretwry, V. A. Hiilloy. 

Ki, DoHAiio. No .18, Wine Tliuhonr (Knt^h]h)wA lRfi.1). Meets 
on tho first and third 'fhursdrtysof ench montli. WorHhIpffil Mnstcr, .1. 
Hrtllnntyne; Beoretflry, J. ff.'Lntils. 

Ankapoi.ih llovAt,, No .1.1, Anniipolls. (KHtnfdIsfied l«r„l), 
Meets (»n the first Wednesday of eaeh month. Worshipful Master, 
S. Hall I 8eerotary, Aup:ustus Fullenon. 

Qukrn'h, No .14 Hherhrooko (K«tal.lishod 1R04). Meets every 
Tiiopday. Worsh'pfiil Muster, J. (J. Archihuld ; Beeretury, J. I). 
MeDiniald. 

St Mark'h. No.l.'i, nnddcck, (MJ. (KstahllHhed IRfi.'i.) Meets 
on the first nnd third Thnrndays of erwh month. Wonhipful Master, 
L. G. Campbell; Hceretary, ],. Sparling. 



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TiiiBTLB, No 36, Cow Bay. C B. (Establiahod 186A). Meets 
on the tint Saturdny of eacli month. Worshipful Master, William 
Clarke ; Secretary, Samuel A. Spencer. 

CoBBQUiD, No 37, Truro (Established 1866). Meets on the 
second Monday of each month. Worshipful Master, C. A. Kent; 
Secretary, J. L. Sutherland. 

LoDOK OP St Mark^ No 38, Halifax. (Established 1866.) Meets 
on the second Friday of each month. Worshipful Master, M. T. Foster; 
Secretary, W. A. McLeod. 

Acacia, No 39, Bridgewater. (Established 1866.) Mceth the 
second Tuesday of each month. Worshipful Master, Jas. A. Curll ; 
Secretary, B. A. Logan. 

RoTHSAT, No41, Bridgetown (Established 1866). Meets the first 
Thursday of each month. Worshipful Master, B. Starra't; Secretary, 
A. 1). Cameron. 

Edbkka, No 42, Sheet Harbour. (Established 1867.) Meets on 
the first and third Wednesdays of each month. Worshipful Master, 
Angus Crnickshanks ; Secretary, James Hall. 

Trvbo.Nq 43, Truro. (Established 1867.) Meets on the first 
Tuesday of each Month. Worshipful Master, Geo. P. Nelsoo ; Sec'y, 
E. B. daird. ' 

PoTMTZ. No 44, Hantsport. (Established 1867). Meets on the first 
Thursday of each month. Worshipful Master, W, A. Porter ; Sec'y, 
D. E. North. 

Ttbiak Youth, No 4.5, Little Glace Bay (Established 1867.) 
Meets every Tuesday. Worehipfal Master, W. McLay; Secretary, 
D. McAulay. 

Solomon, No 46, Port Hawkesbury, C. B. (Established 1868.) 
Meets on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. Worshipful 
Master, P. Grant; Secretary, J. A. Campbell. 

Philadelphia, No 47, Barrington (Established 1868^. Meets 
second Friday of each month. Worshipful Master, W. B. Hopkins ; 
Secretary, Re". W. Downey. 

Widow's Son, No 48, River Philip, Cumberland County jEstab- 
lished 1868). Meets on the first and third Mondays of each month. 
Worshipful Master, R. J. Mutcalf ; Secretary, R. P.'Donkin. 

Wbstern Star, No 50, Wcstville (Established 1868). Meets 
on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. Worshipful Master, 
James Roy, Jr.; Secretary, A. W. McLcod. 

Eastern Star, No 51, Dartmouth (Established 1868). Meets 
on the second Tuesday of each month. Worshipful Master, J. Halliday ; 
Secretary, A. McKay. 

Harmony, No. 52, Aylesford, (Established 1869). Meets the first 
Monday of each month. Worshipful Master, A. C. VanBuskirk; Sec'y, 
A. Burns. 

Hiram, No«53, Goldenyille, (Established 1869). Meets on the 



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first and third Wednesdays, Worshiptul Master, A. Williams ; Sec'jr, 
Hugh Cameron^ 

Kino Solom^/t, No 54, Digby, (Establiidtcd 1870). Meets on 
the first Tuesday of each month. Worshipful Muster, M. L. Oliver ; 
Secratary, J. F. Saunders. 

MoRiBN, No. 5.5, Cow Bay, C. B., (Established 1870). Meets 
on the first Monday of each month. Worshipful Master, J. W. Fitz- 
patriek ; Secretary, Lewis Johnstone. 

Harmony, No. .56, North East Harbour, (Established 1870). 
Meets on the fii^t Mondny of each month. Worshipful Muster, S. 
H. Greenwood ; Secretary, E. P. Greenwood. 

Tkmple, No 57, Port Mulgrave, (^Established 1869). Meets on 
the first and third Mondays of each month. Worshipful Master, W. H. 
Wylde; Secretary, M. McLean. 

Kbntville, No. 58, Kontville, (Establidied 1870). Meets on the 
second Mondny of each month. Worshipful Master, R. S. Marsters, 
Secretary, H. A. Pratt. 

Manitoba, No. .59, New Glas^row, (EttsMished 187o). Meets on the 
first and third Wednesdays of each month. WorJiipful Master, A. 
Knight : Secretary, John K. Fraser. 

Clarkb, No. 61, Chester, ( EstabliHhed 1871 ). Meets on the second 
Thursday of each month. Worshipful Master, A. Uiltz; Secretary, 
C. Lordly. 

Taylor, No. 62, Lockeport, (Established 1872). Meets fourth 
Tuesday of every month. Worshipful Master, L. McDonald ; Secretary, 
J. £. Richardson. 

Corinthian, No f^3. Great Village, (Established 1872). Meets on 
second Thursday of each month. Worshipful Master, G. Leavitt ; Sect'y. 
J.A.Hill. 

Richmond No. 64, Arichnt. C. B. (Established 1872). Meets on 
first and third Fridays in each month. Worshipful Master, J. R. 
Thomson; Secretary,* P. Grucb'y. 

SiRCOH, No 66, Wycocomngh, C. B. (Established 1872.) Meets on 
the first Thursday of each month. Worshipful Master, L. G. Hart; 
Secretary, J. McPhail. 

MiNAS, No. 67, Parrsborongh, CEstablished 1872.^ Meets on the 
third Mondny of each mouth. Worshipful Master, W. J. Flinn , 
Secretary, W. H. Townsheud. 

CuRREN, No G8, Hopewell. (Established 1873.) Meets on the 
first and third Mondays of each month. Worbhipful Master, A. Ormiston; 
Secretary, J. M. Dunbar. 

Charity, No. 69, Mahono Bav. (Established 1874.) Meets on the 
third Tuesday ot each month. Worshipful^ Master, C. Gray ; Sect'y, 
J. Ham. 

Laurie, No. 70, Spring Hill. (Established 1875.) Meets on the 
second Wednesday of each month. W. Master, A. J. Munroe ; Scc'y, 
Henry Swift. 



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QrantilLk, No. 7l, Now CHlcdonin. (KstMlitiHiicd 1875.) Moots 
on the Hccoiid TuesUay oloAch montli. Womliiprul Muster, W.Willott; 
Socretiirv, li. M. Irvino. i 

Kabtkkn LioiiT. No. 73, Guvnhorough. (Ksl«blii*he<1 l87ft.) Meeta 
every Thursday. Worshipful XiAstvr, A. Walsh; Secretary, C. 3 

Ionic, No. 73, Lnwroncetown. (Estah)ii(hed 187ft.) Moots on the 
first Montlny of each month. W. Master, Wm. Rtmch, Secretary j J. ; 
W. Tomlinson. j 

North Star, No. 74, Acu«1ia Mines, Londondcrrv. (Kstablished 
1875.) M<^cts on the Arnt Thursdiiy of ciicli month. Worshipful 
Master, J. Bryant; Secretary, Thomas Stephens. 

WiMnimif, No. 75, Oxford, Cumlwrland. (Rslahlishod 1877). 
Worshipful Master, I. .f. Ilinjrioy ; SoriTtary, J. II. Treen. Meets on 
the second ond fourth Fridays of each month. 



ORANO ROYAL AROH OHAPTBR OT NOVA SCOTIA. 

M. K. Oirand lllsh Priest, W. Taylor, Halifax ; 11. E. Grand Kinjj, ' 
O. T. Smithers, Halifax ; R. E. Grand Sori»)e, Aug. Robinson. M. D., 
Annapolis; R. £. Grand Treasurer, William A. Hcsson, Halifax; 
R. fi. Grand Secretary, James Gossip, Halifax ; R. E. Grand Chaplains, ' 
Rev H. P. Almon, i>c.l., Windsor; Rev R. Avery, m.a , Aylesford; 
Rev D. C. Mooi-e, Stcllarton ; R. E. Grand Cnptnin ot the Host, J. R. 
Cowen, Windsor; R. E. G. Prin. Sojouriior, 1). Small; R. E. O. Roy ' 
ArchCapt.. J Dempster, Halifax ; V. E. G. Tapt. 3rd V , T. W. Hom; 
V. E. G. Captain 2nd V., 1). Rol>crtson, Halifax ; V, E. G. Ca])fttin ' 
1st v., K. J. I)olphin, Halifax ; V. E. Grand Marshal, H. N. Wrijjht. 
Halifax; V. E. Grand Steward, L. F. Darling; V. E. Grand Stitndard i 
W?arcr, J. E. Rix, Halifax ; V. E. Grand Or^ranist, T. A. Cossmann, i 
Halifax; V. E. Grand Pursuivant, James Martin, Halifax; V. E. 
Grand Tyler, J. M. Taylor, Halifax. 

Subordinate Chapters. 

RoTAL UxToy, No. I, Halifax-— G. T. Smithers, High Priest; 
W. A. Garrison, Scct'y. 

St. ANi>RKw'a Chapter. No. 2, Halifax — H. N. Wright, High 
Priest ; C. E. Davidson, Scc'y. 

Hiram Chaptkr, No. 3, Windsor— J. R. Cowcn, High Priest; 
Thos. H. Timlin, Secretary. 

KsiTH Chapter, No. 4, Truro — L. B. Archibald, High Priest; 
W. Faulkner, Secretary. 

EuRBKA Chaptkr, No. 6, Annapolis — S. D. Tobias, High Priest; 
R. L. Hardwick, Secretary. 

RossiONOL Chapter, No. 6, Liverpool — J. N. S. Marshall, High 
Priest ; J. L. Hemroeon, Secretary. 

Union Chaptbr, No. 7, Yarmouth — J. W. Bingay, High Priest; 
T. B. Flint, Secretary. 



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Rt. Joa^'A CuAPTJBB, No. a. riclou— T. Y, Cooke,,Hi4^h Prlett; 
A. H. MiHCtrf; SMretnry. *..-.*^ i I'*au. .w,. -- .. 

Shannon Ciiaptkr, No. 9, St JolinV, Nowfbnndland— C. S. 
Pinsent, HIkH Priosi; U. A. MacCoubrdy, Hucretn^y. 

Princk or Walks, No. 10, Bjrdncr. C. B.—- Colonel C. Cf«w* 
Read, Uigh Pricit; J. H. Befttty^Secromry. 



ORnKR or High Prirsthooo — William Taylor, Prciidtnt; J.. 
Gos^i^», Uecordor. 

Kkitit'Uoyal CHA.rrBR ov 8ovbrrioic PRiifCBfl<i/'/?o0e Croix qf 
FT. H. I). M., under th" Siiprrme Connril 33° of the. Anrient nnti Accepted 
Itite for Fin/hind and Wittrif, rtnd th* ^prvdenfien of the Britinh Crown, 
nieotH nt Frccmnfionff' llnll. J. Ndrman Ritehie, 18^, M. W. 8. ; Ueorge 
T. Smithent, 18°, Registrar. 

liOdfTO of lYribction, 14<'; M. P. M. James Gossip, 18<>; Goo. T. 

Siniilicrs, 18°, Kccordcr. _ 

KNIQHTS TBMPLA.B. ' ' 
The Oreat Priory of CenAda. 

H. R. H. Tho^rince of Wales, k.g., &c., &c, Vm 3/os( Emintnt 
and Snprfme Urawl AtuHt^; ,, < 

Very lli^li and Rminrnt Sir Kt. Colonel W. J. B. MarTieod Meore, 
Ijnprairio, Qucliec, Grand Cross of the Tomple, Great Prior. * 

Very Eminent Sir Kt. Benjamin Curren,i>.o.L., Halifax, Provincial 
Prior for Nora iScntia* 

The Nova Scotia Prcceptory and Priory of t)ie United Reliidpas 
and Military Orders of the Temple, ana of St. )(fhu of Jerusalem, 
Palestine, Rhodes and Malta, working under tho authority of the Oreat 
Priory of Canada, meets at Freemasons' Hall, Halifax, oa the Arst 
Friday in each month. 

PRROBifroRY.— Sir Knight C. F. Vose, Bminent Preceptor; Sir 
Knieht J. Trary, Treasurer; Sir Knight J. Dempster, Registrar. 

Priort.— Sir Knigbt C. F. Vose, Eminent Prior; Sir Knight J. 
Tracy, Treasurer ; Sir Knight J. Dempster, dbancellor,.. ..v ^ . , . .ft 



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HOVA SCOTIA. 

Grand Officbrj* fob 1877 — Grand 3fnster, W. W. McLennan, 
Truro, N. 8. ; Deputy Grand Masters, Doupald McLaughlan, Shuhtfna- 
cadie, Peter McDonald, Puf^wnsh ; Grand Chapl(n'n, Rev Jas Meadows, 
Tx)wer Stewiacke; Grand Trmsurer^ Jamed Miller, ShulxsnHradic ; 
Grand Secretary, W. A. Garvison, Hal i fax; Gmnd Director Cprtnto- 
nies, Aloxandci McKay, Truro ; Deputy Grand vhnplains, Revs Kdwin 
Clay, M D., Hftlifnx, Hugh McMilluii, Richmond, J. C. Bicakoncy, 
W. P. Anderson, W. P. Annan, James Scott, Margaret's Rav; Grand 
Lecturn; D. A. Patten, Westvillc, Deputy Grand /Secretary, Capt. yeo 
Garrison, Peggy's Cove. 



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OFriOBRS R. W. Grawd Lodok a* tiik Tx>wb« PnoriKCBB or 
Bbitish Nokth Auiuiic*, I. O. (). F. — Harris VanKlarcoin, An- 
nnpolis, M. W. O. M.; John Ukiuirds, Fr^tkricton, R. W. I). 0. M.; 
H. A. Vradeiiburr, Portland, N. IJ., R. W. O. W ; J. C. P. Frnxoc, 
Halifax. R. W. O. Sec'v ; H. A Taylor. Halifi.x, R. W. Q. Treaa. ; 
B. A. Bent, W 0. C. ; Predk. C. Hen, W. G. M. ; John Prinu'le, W. O. 
G.; ThomHaGlendinninc:, W. G. H. ; Win. M. Wc«ther«p«)on, W. 
G. Chap.; Trank Graham and Henry A. Taylor, Halifax, R. W. 
Grand liepreMntatives to Sovercipn Grand LoAgt I. O. O. F. 

Subordinate liOdRea. 

Eabtrrn Star, No. 2, Pi«'tou. Mcc;a on Wednesday. 

FuLM£i{, No. A, Albion Mines. Meets on Friday. 

Norton, No. 6, Neyv Glasgow. Meets on Monday. 

St. Lawrunom, No. 8, ChHrlottoiown, P. K. I. Meets on Monday. 

Pioneer, No. 9, St. John, N. B. Motns on Friday. 

Oriknt, No. 10, Halifax. Moots on Monday. 

Scotia, No. 11, Wesivilie. Meets on Thursday. 

Beacon, No. I2, St. John, N. B. Meets on Tuesday. 

Victoria, No. 13, Fredericton, N. B. Meets on, Wednoidaj. 

EuRKKA, No. 15, Hpriiiu: Hill. Meets on Tuesday. 

Western Star, No. 16, Annapolis. Mcft« on Wednesday. 

Moore, No. 17, Vale Colliery. Meets on Tuesday. 

MvsTic, No. 18, Halifax. Meets on Thursday. 

PBBRLKes, No. 19, Portland, St. John, N.B. Meets on Wednesday. 

Evangeline, No. 20, Kcnivillc. Meets on Wednesday. 

GutbiNO Star, No. 21, Granville. Meets on Thursday. 

Princr Edward, No. 82, Suinmerside. Meets on Thiirsdar. 

MrsTio Tib, No. 23, Oxford, Cumberland. Meets on Monday. 

MiZPAR, No. 24, Acaditt Mines, Col. Meets on Monday. 

Crystal Wave, No. 25, Puj^wash. Meets on Tuesday 

Prince Alurrt, No. 26, Moneion, N. B. Meets on Wednesday. 

WiLDET, No. 27, Charlottetown, P. E. I. Meets on Friday. 

Calkdonia, No. 28, Hopewell. Meets on Wednesday. 

SiLOAM, No. 29, St. John, N. B. Meets on Monday. 

Union, No. SO, Spcingville. Meets on Wednesday. 

Orpheds, No. 31, Wolfville. Meets on Thursday. 

CoLviLLB, No. 32, Souri«, P. E. I. Meets on Monday. 

Valley, No. 33, Sussex, N. B. Meets on Tuesday. 

Rel1i>ino Hand, No. 34, River Johh. Meets oh Monday;iVOr ' 

Ivr, No. 35, Amherst. Meets on Monday. 

LoRNB, No. 36, Economy. 

St. Andrew's, No. 37, St. John, N. B. Meets on Wednesday. 

Pbsaquid, No. 38, Windsor, Meets on Monday. 

Bnoampmenti. 
Stuart, No. 10, Pictou. 
MiLiCBTE, No. 11, St. John, N. B. 

Halifax, No. 12, Halifax. ;,. '^-^ ;^^^ ;,^, 

Port La Joib, No. 13, Charlottetown, P. E. I. ^ '' '"" * ''" ' 

Udd Fellows' Hall, Halifax, is to be found at 183 Hollis Street, next 
door north of the Union Bank. 



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MemlicrHhip '2177; Rfivenue, S 1)1,406.38. Next Annual Cjmmuni- 
rntion uill Ihj hold in SiiinmcrHitIr, 1*. K. I., mtoikI WeilnctiilRy in 
Aii(ru)tt, 1880. Dintrii't l>u|tutir!t — .JMnioi It. Mncdonalii, llnlitux; Jim 
YoNion, r.(}.M., Picioii; .Innics Mitfhcll, P.O.M., SteJInrlon ; fieij 
Hrumuer, Hiinrloriftowu, V. K. I. ; Culvh hcliurnwn, Sununenid^ 
P. K. I. ; John Hirliardu, Fredcrieton, N. B. ; W. A. Moore, 8t. John, 
N. n ; D. 1). I)iividM)ii, Kentvillc; R. A. Bent, CumljcrlaDd ; J. W. 
Barry, Muncion ; O. 0. Higgins, ColchcMicr. 



0XUDS9 07 7ATA0XTS 07 SUSSAKS&T. 



BusineH Officers of Dominion Grange. 

E. H. Hiilhom, Master, UxWridge, Ont. ; J. P. Boll, Treas., Downa- 
vicw, Ont. ; W. Pemborton Page, Scc'y, Fonthill, Ont. ; Executive Com- 
mittee, A. GiflPonl, Menford, Ont., 8. Parsons, Bultimore, Ont., J. 
Robinson. Middlemarch, Ont., A. J. Hughefl, Sbaroo, Ont., J. B. 
Aylesworth, Newburgli, Ont. 

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L 0. 0. 7. MASTOSaSTSE tn!rXTT 7BZnirDLT 800XBTT. 

Nova Bootia Diatriot (eatabliataed at HaUfax, April 3rd. IseS). 

Provincial Grand Master, O. W. Rockett, 9 Howell Conrt, Deacon 
Street, Chelsea, Muss ; Provincial Deputy Grand Ata$ter, Thnmas H. 
Francis, 79 (ftHnville St., Haliiani; ComufHuidinff Searetary, Aaron 
Sinfleld, 7 Gottingcn St, UaliFax; TreaMwr, \i. E. Sauqden. 24 
Argyle St., Hnlilux ; Auditor*, James Mogee and C. O. Rigby, M.D.; 
Legal Adviser, John Ervin, Barrister. 

Liat of Lodges. 

Prince or Walks, meets Wedneailay evening, at Odd Fellows' 
Hall. Argyle Street, Halifax. 

Earl or Duffkrim, meets every Monday at Orange Hull, Need- 
ham Street, Halifax. 

Irviso, meets every alternate Monday at 176 Tromont Street, 
Boston, Mass. 

EssBx, meets every Saturday at SV29 Essex St., Lawrence, Mass. 

Mkarts ov Oak, meets every Wednesday at 529 Essex Street, 
Lawrence, Mass. 

ExoKLSioR, meets every Monday, at 36 Central St., Lowell, Mass. 

RocKBTT, meets second and tourili Wednesday in each month at 
Washin^i^ton Blo'-k, Maverick Square, East Boston. 

Princksm Louisk, meets every Monday at Truro, N. S. 

Flower or thk Day, meets every Thursday at St. George's, 
Bermuda. 

Amount of District Slok and Funcrnl Fund, January, 1879, 
86,725.80, increase on previous year, SI, 01 3. Expended in sick and 
funeral benetit in 1878, $444.80. Vaino of Sick and Funeral Fund per 
member, $26.28. lialnnce value of Diiitriei, Management Fund, $200. [ 
Number of members in District, 347. 



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For Proflnpo. Ooo Creed, 8<iuth Rawdon ; For Colchenter, J. C. 
ninck, Truro: F<»r Kinu*. D. B. Nuwoorab, Sheffield'! MilU; For 
Pietou, John FfMcr. Gtengarrjr. • 

,..: . JMvition OraBsea in Nota BeotU. .i .; 

CoLOHKSTKR DIVISION, No. 39, J. C. Black, Maittr; Jaa. N. 
Crow, Secretary, Truro. 

Hants Divisioif, No. 46, Benj Bloii, Master, South Rawdon ; 



9. A* SDiilh, Socretory, Stanley. 



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Kings Division, No. 47, Leander Rand, Master; D. B. Newcorob, 
Sectetary, Comwallis. ^ 

Annapolis Division, No. 49, Charles Jacques, Master, Malvern 
Square ; W. E. Starrat, Secretary, Puradivo. 

PioTOU Division, No. BO, D. A. F. Holmes, Master; Samuel 
Setcholl, Secretary, Saluprin^. 



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Cube^iUd 

Rothmy 

Union 

V»IIev 

fixcefaior 

Upper Newport . . 

HeiMrt 

Maple Hill 

Dufleria 

Avon 

Pioneer 

Ajf ricola 

EvangtiUne 

Harmoiiv 

Farmers^ Uotreat. 

Central 

Beaconsfleld 

Autufiin 

Somerset 

Mayflower 

Niotaux 

Mel vent Square. . 
North Kingston.. 

Paradise 

Tremont.... 

Round Hill 

Clarence 

Minaa 

Lonte 

Preacott 

Acadia.."^, t,.'.... 

Avoudaie 

Green Valley .... 

New Albany 

Torbroolt 

Rsyere 

Glengarry 

Union Centre .... 

Riverside 

Rose H.1II 

Louise 

Rural 



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688 
085 
087 
088 
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099 
700 
703 
704 
706 
706 
707 
708 
700 
712 
717 
718 
723 
733 
737 
730 
740 
748 
760 
761 
752 
753 
755 
760 



Matter. 
Wm. Johnston, 
T. P. Putnam, 
Walter ChrisU*. 
S. K. Ulaclc. 
Qr ^. CamulMll, 
R. H. Creed, 
Francis Parlctr, 
Nelson Casey, 
John Sim, 
Alfred Smith, 
John M^xner, 
W. W. Meek, 
O. J. Moiher, 
A. M. Patterson, 
Leander R:ind, 
Amoa Graut, 
Enodh Oriffln, 
Isaac B. Jackson, 
Alex. Deosmore, 
A. T. balcer, 
D. McLein, 
F. M. Chipmaa, 
Chas. Jacques, 
James Pierce, 
Bpb. Baokman, 
R. R. Baker. 
J. A. Bancroft, 
C. B. Cornwell, 
D.W. Armstrong, 
Wm. Deyarmond, 
C. R. H. Starr, 
E.J. EHIiOtt, 
J. Weston Harvle, 
R. H. Nichols, 
H, L. Oakes, 
Abner P. Neily, 
DonaldArchibaM, 
Donald UorJun, 
A. F. MoDi^-ild, 
W. J. M.%xwell, 
William Maxwell, 
John MoFliie, 
Jno R. McKenzie, i 



Secretary. 

A. U. Culton, 
E. Fulton, 
H. H. Baton, 
Chas. Longhead, 
Robt. Putnam, 
Geo. Creed, 
Lewis Dimock, 

B. T. Dimnok, 
W. H. Blois. 
J. I. Dimock, 
Edwd. Smith, 
D. H, Coffin, 
Rui>ert Clark, 
J. a. Bowser, 

D. B. Ncwcomb, 
John Cochran, 

B'. Stan. Marsters, 
John Moore, 
W. O'Brien^ Jr. 
Matthew Fisher, 
S. Moore. 
Albert Gates, 
H. VnnBnskirk, 
W. R. L. Foster, 
W. E. SUrrat, 
Samuel Baker, 

E. E. McDormand, 
Solomon Chute, 
J. H. SIchling, 
Alox Ellis, 

H. N. Newcomb, 
L. W. Elliott, 
Jos. P. Alliiion, 
Jas. Patterson, Jr., 
N. P. Wliitiuau, 
Solomon Drew, 
Geo. W. Cole, 
J aim Fraser, 
Alex. Ross, 
Abram Clark, 
Siiml. Setohell, 
Robt. A. Mcintosh, 
Alexr H. Gratten, 



Addrtu. 
Truro. 

Central Onslow. 
Truro. 

OMBams. ffjf 
Middle Stewlacke. 
South Rawdon. 
Upper Newport. 
Newport. 
Gore. 

Scotch Village. 
Windsor. 
Medford. 

Upper Kennetoook. 
Grand Pre. 
Sheffield's Mills. 
Gore. 

Centre ville. 
Kentvillo. 
Noel. 
Somerset. 
Shubeniteadie. 
Middletan. 
Melvern Square. 
North Kingston. 
Paradise. 
Tremont. 
Round Hill. 
Bridgetown. 
Summerville. 
Cross Roads, U.S'ke 
Port Williams Stafn 
fiiiwrenc^town. 
Newport. 
Aylesford. 
New Albany. 
Nictaux FaUs. 
L. River, Musq'boit. 
Glengarry. 
Union Centre. 
DufhiMii. 

Stltsprings, PlctOD. 
SprinpviHe. 
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Sojii or Tr.MPKRANCB.— Tfio first Dlvlnfon wnt orpnntxeit nt Y«r- 
moil til, Nuv. 17, I847. The Gnind Diviition wha oruiitiU(><l April 23, 
l848. There nro now one hiindret) nnti ncvent^ -three Siihontinnio 
Divisioni (173) with about ten thouiand m»nih«rti, — iwontv-iive Dniiils 
of Hope with S200 mtinlwvfl ; ami eipht Sections of cWcta with 250 
meml>en; (Jrand Worthy Pririnnh, William Murray, Halifax; Grand 
Scn'he, J. Parsons, n. a., Halifax; (Ofllce 197 Hullis St.) A(jtnt and 
Lecturer 0/ Grand Division, Thomas lIutehingM. 

Usf rxBD Tempbrah CB OiinRR (formerly British Templars). — Grand 
Ixxli^ of Nova Scotia ortiranized in 18fi'). HnH now about 86 LoAfn 
contnininfr nbout 8200 members; President, Joshua N. Freeman, High 
Sheritr, Lirerpool ; Secretary, Oeor^ro P. Nelson, Trora 

The next Annual Session is to be held in Truro, in the flrst week of 
July, 1880. • ".— . 

I. O. OP QooD Tbmplaiib or tnis WoRLD.-~The flrst Lndieeor(;an- 
ized at Economy, Colchester County, July 4, 1864. Grand Lodse of 
Nova Scotia fonned February 5th, 1867 ; then* are now 100 Subordinate 
Lodges with 5000 members ; 20 Juvenile Temples with 9.50 members; 
G. W. C. T., Kev W. G. Lane, Mid Musquodobolt, Halifax Co ; G. 
\y. S., Howard Stewart, Truro. 

The next Annual Maeting will be held at Halifax beginning tb« ilrst 
Tuesday in July, 1880. 

L O. OF Good Tbmplabb, Lotal. — Grand Lodnre of Nova Scotia 
reorganized Nov. 21, 1876, about 80 Subordinate Lodf^os. and about 
three thousand five hundred momliers ; 0. W. C /'., Dr J. S. Colder, 
Brid<;ewater ; G. W. S., I. J. HlnKley, Oxford, Cumberland. 

The next Annual Session will belicld at Truro, Tuesday July 6, 1880. 

The Blub Riboon tTtlTifr 'Wilhtn the post two years have been 
organized in nearly every County of the Province. The enrolled mem- 
bership increased with, ftjittfqrjkable ratiidity, especially in the Counties 
of Yarmouth, Di^jby, Annapolis, Colchester, Cumberland, Pictou, Cape 
Breton aqd Halifax. The i^rgregate luemhership in the Autumn of ^878 
was estimated at 20,000. After that date some of the CIul» ceased in 
active work; some died; others were chnnfred into Societies of other 
names ; and the raen^bership now in the Province is not nearly so lar^jre 
fls last year. At this date (Autumn of 1879) the enrolled membership 
of the various Temperance organizations in Nova Scotin is (approxi- 
mately) as follows : — 

Sons of Temperance anil Cadets, &c. ... . .' 12,000 

United Temperance Order, (British Templars) 2,200 

I, O. G. Templar,], (of the World) 5,000 

' I. O. S. Templars, flioyftl ) ...:.......'. 3,600 

Roman Catholic T. A. Societies 3, .500 

Protestant Church Temperance Societies 2,000 

Reform, or Blue Ribbon Clubs 12 000 

Woipea's Temperance Unions 3,000 

Total 44,700 

BHO%VN A %VEttU, Corner Ouke and HoIIAh »trc«la, Halifax. 



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Unitbd Status Coksumi — Unlifax, Hon Mortitner M. Jnckson, 
Clerk to Consulate, Jus W. CtiltJwull ; Pictou, Oscar Malinross; WiruUor, 
I). K. IIobHrt. Vice- Consult— lUWt'iikX, J. F. I'lieUii ; Pictoti, John H. 
Noonan; Windsor, P. S. BiirnliAin. Consular Aqeuts — AnnapoliM,J. M. 
Owen ; Arichat, J. G. McKcun ; Barrin^ton, G. ituScrtson ; Uridguwatcr, 
W. 11. Owen : Cape Canso, Thos C. Cook; Cow Buy, C. Archibald'; 
Di;<bv, Win B. Stewart; Gluce Bay, D. McKecn; Gnyshorough. E. H. 
Franchvillc ; Ling;in«nd Sydney, C. B., F. E. Leaver; Liverpool, J. N. 
S. Marsliall ; North Sydney, VVm Purvis ; Shelburne, N. W. White ; 
Yarmouth, James M. Merrill; Cornwallirt, Khenezer Uand; Kempt, 
Ucnry U. Grant; Purrnlwro', Benj 1). King; Walton, A. McN. Parker 
* Consulate op Stain. — A. M. Dezea, k.c.i.c, Consul, Halifax ; 
S. 11, LonKanI, Secreturi/, Halifax. W. Purvcs, Vice-Consul, Sydney. 
Consular Agents, J. M. Owen, Annapolis ; C. H. liigby, Little Glace 
Hay ; Uoliie S. Sterns, Liver^tool ; Daniel Owen, Lunenburg; Howard 
Primrose, Pictou; John W Moody, Yarmonth. 

NBTnuRLANDS CoNSUi.. — Dr. Wickwirc. Vice-Consul, James G. 
Foster. 

Vice-Consul OF Fbakcb. — J. B. Morrow, Halifax; Hon John 
Bourinot. 

PoRTUOucfiR CoN«OL. — Tho« Abbott. > . *> 

Brazilian Vick Consul — Michael Tobin. ^' 

.NORyi'AY AND SWKDKN ViOK-CONSUL. — £. D. TuckCT. 

Austrian CoN.suL — W. Cunard. 
Danish Consul. — Stephen Tobin. 
fifiLaiAN Consul. — Christian Uonne. '■>'"' ^ 
Ghrman Consul. — C. A. Creighton. 
Italian Consul. — W. H. Hart. 
USUOCJAY Vl€C-C0N80L.— H W. C. Bo«k. 



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Halifax — S. Cunard & Co. Pictou— Primrose Bros. Yarmouth 
— J. W. Moody. Sydney, C. B. — ' Archibald. Liverpool, John 
Campbell, sub-agent. Arichat, C.B. — George E. Jean. Plaister Cove, 
C. B. — James G. McKeen. Port Hood, C. B. — G. C. L;iwrence. 
Antigonish — Win J. Beck. Annapolis — Jacob M. Owen. Wolfville — 
Josepk R. Hay. Guysborough— Uutus A. Tremain. 



V2&ZTAS X£TTSE1TATZ02IAL RSaZSTSft 07 SSZTTZlTa. 



SniTcyarn to the Bureau Veritas fntemotioruil Repititer of Shipping, 
British I^orth America. — Walter G. Kay, 3 TiOrne Terrace, Halilax ; 
T. H. Sime, St. John; William Symons, Quebec; Alexander Simc, 
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MILITART DIST. No. 9, FBOVINCX OF NOVA BOOTIA. 

8tnrt-kerper <f Pnifmaster, Major George Guy. 

A$$t. Impr. of Artillery for the Mnviiime Pravtnce$, Lt-Col. Price Lewes. 



Diatriot SUff, 
For (he Province of Nova Scotia and Island of Cape Breton. 

Depftty AJJt. Gen. Commanding the Z>i<ti-}ct, CoL .John Wimbuin Laurie. 
Brigade Major, Lt-Col. T. MilHom. 



CSavalry. 

Kbittvillr TnooF of 
Cavaluy. 

Cipt, J. W. Rynn 
fjievt, K. S. Masters 
Comet, J. a. B. Witter 



Artillery. 

FIELD BATTERY. 

Halifax, {HaUfcuc.) 

Ci'pt, Jas K. Graham, m 
lit Lteuts, Henry Flowers 

W. Iinlah 
2nd Lieut \V. Han is 
Surg. T. R. Almoii, m. d 



GARRISON ARTILLERY 

iBT " Halifax " Brioaoe 
(Halifax.) 

Lieut Col, Geo Mitchell 
Major, 'rh(»8 Mowbray 
Caj4$, Alex G. IlesHlein, 

George A. Sanfurd, 

John C. Olahd, 

K. H. Ox ley, 

J. E. Cuiren, 

John McCrow 
\st Lieutt. A W Hrjckley 

W. A. Garrison, 

G. 01 and, 

Edmund S. Twininir, 

Hon J. K. D. Tolle- 
raache 
2nd Lieut, K. Twining, 

Geo W«sh Ronne. 
Ptiyin'r, C. A. Creighion 



Adf. Lancelot J. Bland, c.-No « BAxmnT, (Eastern 
Quar Matt, G. Ainlaraoa /*«««««, Hali/ax Harbor.) 



Surg, Arthur Moren 
Atsi Surg, J. t'erguson 
Uluck, M.D 

2in> "Halikax" Bhioade 
Halifax. 

Lieut Col, D. McPhersor 
M'ljor, John A. Boak 
Pdfftn, Edward J. Lordly 
Adj, A. BInlvenH, e. 
Quar MnU, B. A . Taylor 
Surg, \ II Wcodill, M.D 
Aut Surg, J Somers, M.D 

JSo 1 Battcry, (Herring 
Cove.) 

Coot. p. JohnMn : 
2nd Lieut, T. Johnson 

No 2BATTBRT, (Halifax.) 

Capt, E. Stairs 

]«/ Lieut, H. I*. Clay 

2nd Lieut, S. R. Sircom 

No 3 Battery, (Rich- 
mond.) 

l$t Lieut, E. J. Gorliam 
'ind Lieut, T. Davison 

No 4 Battrry, (DarU 

mouth.) 

Itt Lt, F. W. Johnstone 
2nd Lt, H. M. Creigliton 

No 6 Battery, (PuretWs 
Cove.) 

Capt. VVm A. Pureell, m 
\»t Lieut, W. L. Brtwn 
2ndJJeut. G. A. Thomson 



C(tpt, W. M. Lockarr 
Is^ Lieut, J. Himmelman 

LUWEybVRO BATTfcRY. 

C'lpt, J. H. Blown 
2nd /Jeut^ B. Moraah 

Mauokx Bat Battkxt. 

Capt, E«lward James 
Itt Lieut. 8. Boui^o^'ne 
2ndLteut, Chas Andrews 

DioDY Battert. 
Cajtt,J. Da!v 
1st Lieut, K.' C. Dodge 
2nd Lieut, Vj, Bld«n 

Piotou Battbky Qarhi- 
sonAutillxby. 

Capt. AoMuh A. Gordon 
1a< Lieut, J. It. Davies 
2nd Lttut, D. T. Uislop 

LivERrooL Batt't, G. a. 
Capt, J. A Grant 
Litut, J. Spurr. 

Yarmouth Batt'y, O. A. 
Capt, J. W. H. Rowley 
Litut, T. R. Jolly 



iBlaatry. 

'6Srp "The Halifax Vo- 

LUNTBKR BATT'N OF 
BiFLBfl," (Halifax.) 

IJ Col, J. D. Mcintosh 
Major, VVm McKrrron, 



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ind iJ,ll. II. llutriMirlon 

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LitiulH, llutfli IHoI.eod 
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Biftnilirti Committ«««. 
t''»NAH» k A«n T.vxrB. ri>«m'«nor< HomCp, olmvl. Atlnm^. 

\S>i,tr»i.— -11«(> NVrtiili'M, 'lh« KovtuMpr, iVnnuHlotn AtlmnM, l)«Wolf, 

Uo\\>*» A^i\v !^rr«tf»>TR.-~<\>»Mui!l«M!» IV Wolf, Lnwlnr, lUrttul. 
Srii'KNiM.VMV M \r,!HtnAr»r. AKi» IU;n)R«»M« - .Ii4«> U, l<"i»«tor, i. V 
ToxvN i!uMxn ANi» TuhAsnuf.u ano ('i.r<i<R or LiriNwn,. AIIumI KlUotl. 
IVn* »fJN»>MAm>;,H. U N. I,ienl»iH\ (Olticl"), ,1. MrUIUii. 
IVm Nt> K*:»:rTi;»«H.— IVliiMftnuMi 

Ansr.f«w>«<.H.— H'rtiW I. .1. tiUMtilhihiKt MmtiB^ K. M. Wftlltci-; U*m><3, 
.1. r. NValKov. 

\'\uv. \Vaim>s.- Tounrillov |,rtulor, W P,. \Vhpl»lvv. W. Ktl^tpoouib. 

V^R»<^^>^s1^n^,^!«.— -,!«!» K. Kuwloi, Ooo A. PyK«», llnvsii Mii^vpim, .'ohn 
S. KlUott. Uw> rnwl»»v, tVd (\ HrrtHV. 

HK.A!-r« \VA«<»»KN«.-CoMiKHU>t Cuiitpbcll, H- 8. CaiMplu'll, M.l»., T. 
Mll-rtm, n.w. 

Si XV won or I.VMnMt.— Nrl><rt« Mrtvvht. 

K».M K Vn'.xvK«« — ,1rt» St«»\VAvt, .IoIhi Powif^i-. 

XVm^jMRW or Uav ANO SthaW — J. 1". I.rtwlnr. 

MKA»i'Wfci«.--J. U. rimo»*!<ort, ,t. Mtwuo^ 8. MiKny, .1. ihennloit. 



inrnXOXTALXTT OV KSW OLASOO^. 



(>H'Nr«,i.o«!« — Hrtfv? I, |>Hni*l fhisholiM. (ipoiiro MtPowgnllt ll'iMfii, 
lt<>or!(r^ A. lV>ujiU!», ,!olui i\ K»>iil; ir.M-r/ ;l, I). V, l-'tuspv, ,lolu« rmnmlhud. 

U»-o>«i>v«« AN»> SnrKN»x\Ar<v MA<!<srHArt< -,lol»n MiKny .1. P. 

Town I'i.kwk, TwKAWUKii ako l'i.i:uh oi- l,irt.NPr. —ATM KiM^pf. 

VtKK Wakivk— lliomn!* IVasor. (KoivuiHtt). (»»orw:^» K MrKnv, DonttUl 
(^nU A. r. IWU,.l»mM \V. rurmiouAol, .lohn MoKav, IVUm A. I^loftn'^tn-. 

K«KK. (\>\sTAni.f:s--\Villi«in SiuUlv I). U. ('»num{iijj;?«, .lohn K.Htrwtttl, 
l>«ivwl Mwmiy, .Ii>I»m IM^I\i!«holm, W. W. lliMulomon. 

1\m.u> l\»NSTA»«,K. — VVillirttu Smith. 

IIkam'u Wawokns— ir<i?W 1, An^litw Cttmoron. WI!H«m Chlslmlm; 
Hmrf % \l A. WAlker, .1. H. MAcGiVj«>r} H fltt/ 3, DonaUl MolhmgMll, 
,l«ine!» Ailluir. 

OxFWsRKKH or I\h>k — .lohn Cumminp:H, (Jooriye A. OouglRB, (Joorgc 

Mkamrkws* »»f i\>a!,, (Jhain, W«Km, Ac. — ThomAs Munmc, John 

SrRVKYORs Of lAMnKn. SniNoi.*<«, iVvuK, &o»— WUIium Thompson, 
l>on«M IKmw, .lf>Un M«i^h.ill. Uiivkl Mim«y, WilliHin l'\ Uoflu, DunoHit 
Mc)X>ng«H, Al«xj»nder Uoss. 

fRV<-^ ViRWKRs^-'ThosOliirkp, PnncAn McKenxio, NormAii McKay. 

Itramcrroits <vr Rkkk, IH^nk, jira.— V\ tlli«m Forbet, John MMrsliMll. 



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'i't»\VN AsMliXMnli ttutlllM (Jriiiit. 

AnhI'Wmmuh- ir«»>'/ i, .fniufn Miiirnvi U'lttil 2, \\nrry 't'nrfm\m\i\] 

irrMr/ .1, l|Ullt"« INI. l'nU»lifllrt»'l. 

AviMKtiiH -.lolui It. Hiilili,.!. Ktuil McDonald. 
I\nim» KkkrMM—.Join. Miiinlinll. 

OottittiiiteeH. 

tloAt»« \n\^ pitnwiriR- •!t)nin'lllt'i-« (Jiiininltiufl. Hnltl, fUil^ltnltn. 

INm.ii'K ano Jjiirr^Hif ronni'llloH KniPt't-, McIhmiuhII, Held. 

ji'lfiANi'M Aftl* AlMMliNii riMMH'lllnrn I tiii);lfl««, !•>«?>•«•■, ClilHluilin. 

'r»<:Ni»witfl Aini» I'ini.ir iMnMi'iinv - roiMicilliifs M(l»ttnj»nl), h«Mif(ln«, 
rntninlti«. 

I'lnK IM'Mi'H ANii \Vi<:i,m -('iMiiicilliirN Hflil, Cniitinlnun, MvthitiKntl. 

HrntHii.H -('«Mnn'lllitiH l''in«pr, I'miihImp, ( 'lii^lmliii 

«'<ttiur i»f Aif'i'M. ANi» WkvisioN.— Hlipt'tuli«rr, luid (JoiinillloM 
(.'lii!>lnd»n Held untl l*rtt(«('f. 



UTJmOlTALVSr 07 ^XKSBOA. 



WAiinkN.— Kdwil W. iMiniM'k. 

(•oi)N«ii.i,.>i.s.— ll'rrr,^ 1. A. V. Hliimd, Or Allrtii Haley: H"/'/ 9. CI 
Wilru^t. .ImIiu W. W«>ltlt; W'linlli, WllllMiii ( Itlilj, HIiiilMiid Oiinock. 
f ini'.NitiAnv MAtiiBinAiK.— \V. M. ( luisiie. 
'iNiWN CitiuiK.— •luliii Mdiitiln^^ 

Oottirtilttees. 

TrNiticns.— C'tMiiiclllctfa tTiiley, V^eld» nnd riiirt'v. 

Htiiooi.H.- Cimiitillni^ ('(iiiv, Wclilt iumI Wllc'ix. 

l.ukNHKs.— rmnirilloin «'tiiiv, WuMi mid IIhIi'v. ''h'' i 

Riiii;i;iN Am» HkxVk.iih. -( 'oiinnlllnM iMmotk, Wili'ox iind ttiilpy. 

(Ii'IMKikhv.— (■oiiiMillor* <'iirry, Hliniid lUid llnlcv. 

IN)i,H!i',.- IkMlmMlloifl Wilooji, iMtnoik nml (Jufrv. 

i.AWH ANit iMilvn.KriKM. — (,'miticlllnv« Wi'hlt, Ilrtli-y nnd Plinnd. 

llAiHs ANH '{'axk.."!.— (jniinollloin W«'l)lt, Hliniid null Pimock. 

I'liil'; l>Kl'Al'rMl<-,Ni' — CuiiiH'ltloiP IIiiIpv, Wiltox and IMiiiock. 

OviuiRKK.nn or JNton. — (^iiniu'llion WlltM.s, Hliinid lUid (Jnrry. 

KiNANfK —OountilluiH Slmnd, Wilcox nnd himock. 

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Cin'NciLi.nus-irfN'f/ I, ('. nwypr, W. J. Lorrnini Wtmt 2, l»«nipl T. 
llynlop. U. (Janiplxdit H'liffl!), .Ihiiih^ ('nipcm. K. W. Kraser, (hrii^'^iBl). 

'PoWN ('l.I»nK, 'riUrAHIII(l;n ANI> ri.llIlK Ol" I.M'I'.NHK.— (». II. l<iitiuU. 

Hrii'i'.Niu Aiiv MA(iiRrii\ri:.--l>(niii'l lld.klti. 

I'oi.ivjK CoNBTAUi.KH.— tlompN ArlMU'lt'^, .ffijin W. C'nnipbell. 



oonronATzoiT-TO'TrN of Tuvno. 



Mayok.— Unud T.niimr worth. 

Coi'Nrii.i.oiiH.— U'firt/ 1, Uii'liHt'd OiiiK, <;iinrle« 11. Hlnir; \Vnr4 3, 
(lyruB KmIoii, L. J. Wnlkcr! Want H, Juh W. .folinson, John l". McDonilU. 
KKO>«t>Kn.— F. A. linnicnco. 
Town Clkhk and TiiKAMiii«Kn.~Siln« n. Topper. 



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n ; ll'oiif 3, 0. .1. Ihomno, Allnu tniiirhpiul. 
i'r.iT«M««.— ll'fifW 1, W. H. AlVy, Wlllirtin 



Fiim \VAm»«.— irrrrf/ 1,.Tohn 
\V. H. Trp»nnim», LuciiiA Diokmrn 

IlKAt.TH \VAMI>KNH ANI» InhI'... ...,0 ,,..,,. ,. , 

SmherUnd; U'fMy/2, .Ins A. Ilnmllton, Dr. W. 8. Muir; ir*i»-»/il, K«lMuin«l 
Sullivan, .1mn(»» McLonm. 

Town Ahmkhhor. -.tnin(>M A. Itnmlltnii. 

Waim> AHShB«oi««.— U'nnt I, ,1. L. 8iitherUn«t ; TTfTjff I, Ohiw A. Kent: 
irntv/ .1. M. OrHhrtin MniTHy. 

FiHK <^>^8TAH^K^— (>. 0. Cinnminp;^, Uwor^r* 1*. Nelnor, WUIiAnt II. 
np(>k,.)A« II. I'fowup, \V. l''rtulk>>ei. jr, (ieoruit iJiini:, Diiiimn MrlKinald, 
Drtiiu'l (lunn, (tuorfre Clul^tie. Jun N. l'iifi;«, llwtur Urucc, Uoss Archibald. 

SuFi" op Sti;ket8. — (ii'oijfe Yulll. 

Gommittdea. 

ri'nt.ir Ar<tM'NT« Awn Finani'K. — Connrllloro Knton, Mcl>t»niiM, llUIr, 
Tho Mn>or. 

rKNOKHs— CoMnrillorn .Tohiipon, Walkpr nml Cm\fj;> 

SrmH)i.R.— (.\>miollloi*« Wnlkor. McDonnM. <>«!«( • '»« Mayor. 

l.U'KNHKs.—CounoniorR Craitf, Walkor nml Mol>onnlil. 

KoAOH. StiU'.kts ani» IMmi.u; I'roim-.uty.— Couiu illoiH lilair, Kntou, 
Johnson, Th« Mavor. 

PoMrK.— The ^faynr, Ro^nlrr^ OunHllom .fohnwon, Hlair. 

Watkh Wokks.— CounoillorH luitott, MolVmuhl, OniK, Tlu> Mayor. 

\\>OH CoMMiTTKK.— ('ouiu'illofs Ciain-, Kalon and .lonnoon. 

SitHVKYOUH OK I.UMnHH, TlMUKH, CoRl»W001» AM> SlIINUI.K?!. — (korge 

Uoontn, Wm K. l.« iran, (loo A I-n> ton, Mnr^<llnli A«vhll»«M. 
Wkiuiikuh or Hay and Sti,axv.--\V. II. Alloy, Hiram Hyde. 



FXHB DBPAStTXCaiTT. 



Chnirman, AHonnan Wm Murray; i^frrf^iry. AMormnn F. O'Connor. 
FiuK Waui>8.— No. 1, .lamos FInlny, HiohanI Al»hc»t», W. J. l'Va««'r. 

2, AM. Murray, S>mim Cmnuilufr", .lohn Kouo. 

3, Al.t. Murphy, .lamM Hniphy, Thom.'tR 8fH>llman. 

4, Ahl. (>'('onnor. T. I). %S|>iko, M. Ki».«nipy,,lM» Hiokoy. 
5, , .lohn F.ad, .lohn l)i'(iiouohev. 

6, ,1. v.. M. Taylor, Chas llounoman, .1. .1. Mohonald. 

F.r-OJ^n'o, RIchnrti ShephonI, Capt Union Kngino Company, Jmuios 
Morloyi ("^apt Axe Com|>any. 

Oym. of Finance nnd Autfk — ,T. Murphy, C. .T. TTou^cnmn, J. F,. M. Taylor. 

Commitfve of Manti/^tncnt of AVrrs.— Aid Murray, James Finlay, J. 
Murphy, .las Hiokey, J. I. McDonald. 

Commiftec in t^nrtfe of /•>«/♦««,«, Iteeh, «fr. — No 1 Stoam Kncino, John 
llouo, T. Spcllman; No'a Sfeam Kn^rlno, J iVlJiouchy, John Rati; Noil 
Stoam Knmno, W. Frasor, K. Ahlmt; No A Hand F.nfrinV, J. J. McDonald; 
No U Hand Kntflno, Jas Hickey, S. Cunnnlnfj's; No 1 Hobo KcoI, .\ld. J. 
Murphv; No 2 llosc Kool, T. I). .SpiUo; No 4 Ifosc Ked, C. J. Ilotmcman; 
No 5 Ho»© Keol, S. Cnmminps, Jas Hrophy; No 7 li^se Koel, Aid. W. 
Murray. 

Omimtteein Chnrrjeof Phitjf^, TnnK'9, «frt -Ward 1, Jamen Finlay; 2, 
S. Cummings; 3, T.'Spollman; 4, T. I>. Spike; 5, J. DeUruuchy ; 0, C. J. 
Houseman. 

Volunteer Bngine Company. 

Copt^ R. Shepherd. Stc'y, David Neville, fin iSfo'y, James Salterio. 
Trerti, Wm Fitzpatrick. Marshal, James llaney. 

Union Axe Oompany. 
Cfffrf, Jas IVforley. Ist Lifut, 1*atrick (iritHn. Sec'y, Thomas Hurley. 
Treas, Joseph Wanl. Marshal, Thomas Ktlwanls. 



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Mittfitr, Nlpplipn Tnbin, Ksq. 

Aldermen nnd Justtcei of the Pe«oe tbt the CJity. 

Ward No t, (lent-fra KrHMer, TItninim (liar. ilAinfln il MarNintofih. 

i, Will nliirrtiy, Ttioiintn irtHiHiiifin, m.ik, AIrx (1. ileii««1i>iti. 
8, •lereiniali Miir|>liy, (i«o. A. 8Hiiilfonl, TliniiiM I*. r<iiiiiolty. 
4, (iporK' I" t^'liijiitiniii TlioiiiHN W^lnli, m.ik, K. O'Ooinior. 
h, l.nwrfiH'o llonloU, Willlniii Wno«lill. .tniiieM K. (inihutii. 
0, Willimn Niftlipt, Muvi*l MilMinrnoii, l)niifj;laR M. Htoiy. 

Reamlef, .1. Nitt-iimii Kltrlil«>. «|.f. 

Treiituvet\ Kdwiinl G. W. (ilrcttnwuud. 

AftHh)i\ .loliii A. Hell. 

CV/» Of A', 'riioiiiiin Uliiiitl. 

AMiittimt Vl(rk% Williuni .1. (!rnlRon, Vrnnk Klitnd. 

(.'♦>»/ Innfifvtoi' of AmeMment, .tdliii L. Ilnrry. 

Cihj Mvjitivnl Oj/ieer, Arthur Morvii, m.i>. 

Clerk of IJremf, WilliHiii .f. Morrb. 

fionnl of Ifmltli^ ^tnyor nnd Aldermen. Clerk, Tlinmiin Tlhind. 

Weffihern of A'Amr/W. U. ('ogflwcll, (•SM/«»»if'/w>»'), .lohn Arthur, Janlefi 
Mcnghor, Kolit Wooillll Uih'd irAny,.lohii V, Shatter, Mohtrt K. Kvaim. 

t)feti$Hrevs of 8ntf ntul (train— John Adnnis, l8tiperri$or). AiiiliroM 
KcBtluK, WllUftin Ulyth, OhArles Carpy, James Mitchell, William Hood, 
Jainefl li* UaruMeud. 

Meantrers ^f t'o'i/— David Barry, [Sttfiennnor), Frederick Clark, Patrick 
Fahie, Williiiiu 8iiii . William Hkerry, William (Jraig, William liilby, 
Owen Dnnahoe, Tlionian I^lon. John Meagher. 

SurreiffM' of Lumhfr—Jamvn Holland. 

JmpecUnVof Piiititeif' MVmA;— Maurice Downie, George Cutlip. 

(hwemor City Priton^ Matthew Campbell; Afotrnn, Mm Cnmpbell; Me$- 
»f,n(fer, John Mulldcwney; Aist Motrim. Mrs Mary Htrido; UtMer-keeptr$, 
John Mnhar, Michael (ilianun, John Sullivan, David Htrid«« 

nW^/jfTii (i/* //«'»/, John Forrest, Thomas Keating. • ^' 

A'cf/^er fj/* ^'cfWf>/f»'tf, James llutton. 

Ai^e^iero/* C^^ /iftuff/tn//, Mrs Annie Otazebrook. 

Oommittees of Oity Oouneil. 

Puhlia /IccoMfi/a— Ahlermon Connolly { Chaii'man), Mackintosh, Murrtty, 
Grnhain. O'Connor and Story. 

CVmfi<6ry— Aldermen Cltiy ( Chmrmon)^ Murray, Banfofd, Chipmrni, 
Qi'phtim and Nisbet. 

Ctly P*'t*w— Aldermen Iloulett ( C/mm/irtn), Clay, Trenaman, Murphy, 
Chipmsti and Story. 

Laii't ntul PrivHet/en Aide* men Murray {Chairman), Maokinloab, Con- 
nollv. O'Connor, Woodill and Niisbnt. 

Pmee — Aldermen Trennn»an {Chairman), Clay, Santbrd, O'Connor, 
Hotilett and MclMicrfon 

Sanitary — Aldermen Trenaman ( Chairman), Mackintosh, Sanrord, Walsh, 
Gralinm nnd Story. 

'7'pm/et'«i— Aldermen Frnser (Chairman), Trenaman, Sanford, Walsh, 
Houlett and Mrl'lierson. 

Ilaeh ami 'J'ruckg -AMer:i!en Cliipman ( Chairman), Fraser, Murray, 
Connolly, llouk'ttand Ninbpt. 

Rate t and Taxes — Aldormeii Woodill ( ('/"(irmon). Mackintosh, IJesslein, 
Connolly, Chinmau and MclMierson. 

/ye'6»vrV|y— Aidermpu O'Connor ( Chairman), Clay, Hesslcin, Murphy, 
Woodill and McFlicrson. 






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/,i'ce»t«M— Aldermen Story ( Chuimum), Clay, HeHdlein, Sauford, O'Connor 
and Gr/iham. 

Oil Lr(/H/;5— Aldermen Walsh {Chairman), Fra»er, Ileftslvio, Wcodill 
and Story. 

AsBOBBOra. 

Ward No 1, Thonias Mowbray and John D. Mackintosh. 

2, B. W. Cliipman,*Jamo8 Heardon and Donald G. Keith 

3, Geo P. Mitchell, Michael Kearney and James Fortune. 

4, Uoht O'Miillin, K. P Bliss and Miner T. Foster. 

t b,il»t<listfict)-~.ioUn^'{clx\n\a.J.n. Morrow and .las McCaffer}'. 

(2iul dist net)— Wm. Knche, H. J. Harris, Jhs. Mouaghau. 
6, F. W. Horley, R. T. Koome and Andrew Doyle. 

Board of CommisBionerB of Fublio Works. 




John P. Muir; Clerk of Worm, J. B. Johnston. 



Board of CommiBsioners for Point Pleasant Park. 

Sir Wni Young, Chief Justice; lion. Judge Hitcliie, Wui J. Stairs. John 
Doull, His Worship the Ma3'or, Aldermen Mackintosh, Hesslein, Murphy, 
Walsh, Houlett, McPherson. 

Gomnfiasioners of Halifax Common and Public Gardens. 

Aldermen Fraspr, Trenaman, Murpliy, Walsh, Graham and Nisbet 
C Chairman); Messrs. A. H. Crowe, Hon L. G. Power, M. J Power ( Vice- 
Cluiittncm) and William Taylor. 



Deputy Marshal, Jas Mc- 



Polioe Court. 

Stipendiary Magistrate, Henry Pryor, D.c.ii. 

Marshal, or High Constable, Garret Cottef. 
Donald. Asst. Deputy, David Power. 

Police Sergeants, I^ewis Hutt (Detective), Joseph Francis, Nich Meagher, 
Nicholas Power, John O'Sullivan, Bartholomew Dillon, Charles Nickerson. 

Policemen, David Redmond, Lewis Hefler, G. Saxton, Wm Adams, John 
Baker, John Keefe, R. 8, Robinson. Thos Kline, Thomas Condon, Reuben 
Shaw, John Whalen, Matthew Sullivan, John Murphy, John Meagher, 
Wm Miles, William Brewitt, Joseph McNalley, Maurice Connolly, Caleb 
Nickerson, Ohas lAng, John Gilfoy, F. u. O'Callaghan, Geo Kuhn, James 
Nickerson, Henry Ingles, John J. Nickerson, Edward Brennau, Gabriel 
Kdmonds, Michael Keating, Henry K. O'Donneil, William Keating, George 
Wilson, Allen McDonald, VVillinm Collins, Charles Rol>8on. 

The City Civil Court, presided over by the Stipendiary Magistrate, 
(having Jurisdiction of sums up to $80), is held in the City Court House, 
Market Square,. on the second and fovi'th Wednesday of every month. 

The City Criminal Court meets on tbejirst. and third Wednesday of each 
month, and is also presided over by the Stipendiary Magistrate^ having 
jurisdiction in all statutable offences, except treason, homicide, burglary 
and arson. Clerk of the above Courts, the City Clerk or Assistant Clerk. 

The Police Office is open every week day, from 10 to 3 o'clock^ (except 
on Saturday, when it closes at 1 p.m.) The administration of Police and all 
executive powers of the corporation is vested in the Stipendiary Magistrate. 

Citizen's Free Jjibrary. 

(The gift of Hon Sir Wm Young, Kt., Chief Justice of Nova Scotia.) 
ArgvlQ Hall, Argyle Street. Open from 12 to G p.m., Saturday from 6.30 
to 8'30 P.M. 



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Commander H. M. Forces, His Excellency Gcaeral Sir Patrick 
L. McDougall, K.c.M.o. 

Asst Military Secretary, Liout-Col.FitzRoy-Wm. Freemantlo, Col'i- 
stream Ouanltf. 

Aides-de-Camp, Lt Janies C. B«rlc«r, R. Eng ; Cnpt Hon Wnri 1 itz- 
willinni Ellioft, 93rd F. ; Li F. J. Miles, 18 Hussars, (temporary). 

Brujade Major, Capt John Boughny, 62nt| F. 

Auk Adj and Quar Mas Gen'l, V. C. Bt LtCoI Aylmer 8. Cameron, 
25th F. 

Toum Major, Major R. Nnslc, h p, late Royal Canadian Rifles. 

(jarrison Instructor, Ciipt E. C. Milucr, 18 Ft. 

Ojficcr Commandimi lioyal Artilleru, Col A. VV, Drayson. 

Commanding Roi/at Engineer, Col ,J. W. Lovell, c.li. 

District Coinmismri) Gmerat, Asst Conim Gen J. W. Murray. 

Commissary General, (Ordnance) Asst Coinni Gen A. S. Beswick. 

Prin Medical Officer, Dep'y Snrgcon Genl G. A. F. Slielton, m.b. 

Chaplainit, Rev A. J. Towncnd, d.a., Rev 11. Brindle, R.c, and Rev 
R. Morrison, m.a. 

CoMMissAuiAT AND TnANSPORT Drpartmknt. — Deputy Com- 
inifsary. E. T. Christie; Asst Commissary, F. R. Gosset. 

Ordnance Stori Departmknt. — Deputy Co»imt«sary. R. Nicholls; 

Army Pay Department. — Staff Paymaster, Major F. W. Lukin; 
Paymaster, M. C. Gahnn. 

MiiTuiCAL Department. — Surrfeon Majors, R. Wolseley, m.d., 8. 
Maunsell, W. S. Oliver, m.I)., G. 3. Sanders; Surtjeon, G. D. Bourke; 
Lieut o/Ord, G. Towers, A. II. Corps 

Royal Artillery — (Isr, 2nd nnd 4th Batteries, 10th Brigade) 
Col, A. W. Drayson; fJ.-Uof., Cockburn ; Majors, M. Twcedle, G. A. 
Crawford, G. B. Macdonnell ; Capt, J. Wall ; fAeuts, E. II. Walker, J. 8. 
Howie, J. 0. Hodgson, F. G. Nicolls, L. Bell, II. L. Murray Dunlop. 

Royal Engineers — (26th Company). Col J. W. Lovell, c.b. ; 
MajorSy E. B. Mainguy, R Athorpe; Lieuts, E. R. Hus.soy, A. £. 
Wrottcslcy, H. E. Tvler. ('4th Company). Lieuts, C.C Carter and 
C. V. Winglield SiraVord ; Surveyor, R. Randall. 

97th (Earl of Ulster's)— Co/, J. M. Perceval, G.B.; Lieut-Col, C. H. 
Browne; Majors, D. J. D. Saftbrd, John Lannoy Tweedie; Capt^,J. 
A. Murray, W. F. Brown, J. H. Jameson, C. E. Partridge, J G. 
Smith, J. C. Cautlcy, P. L. Metvill, R. R. Lousada ; Lieuts, E. B. L. 
Sevan, C. R. Crosse, I. of M., H. Cummings, Adjt, N. H. Le^kie, W. 
V. Hopegood, H. D. Armstrong, C. N. Bnlley, H. ^j. Fanshawo, R. H. 
Eccles, E. H. Baines, F. F. Hilton, A. P. Cronyn, C. E. C. B. Harrison ; 
2nd Lieuts, G. W. Maunsell, E. L. A. Ileygate, E. A. H. Alderson ; 
Q. M., U. F. Lapham ; Paym, M. R. Healey. Scarlet — facings sky blue. 

101 St (Royal Bengal Fusiliers).— to/, Corbet Cotton; Lt-Col, H. 
G. Deiafosso, o.n.; Majors, .VIontiu'u Hall, W. S. Jervis ; Cavls, Geo 
H. Holley, W. H. Abbott, W. G. Norcoti. T. A. Mills. D. G. Johnston ; 
Lieut, Henry Hare, Adjt, Geo Allen, J. G. Cooke, E. P. Rrowne, G. H. 
Lane, R. FitzG. Creigliton, E. S. Evans, P. S. Druitt, F. H. Penny, W. 
J. J. Kirkpatrick, C. A. K. Hall, II. E. Bel (Hid, G. B. Walker, G. C. 
N. Bryan, M. A. F. Taylor; 2nd Lieuts, G. N. Monro, S. T. Banning, 
P. II. Saulez, J. C. Cooke; Paym, C. F II Bcardmorc; Tnstr of Mus- 
ketry, li. FitzG. Creighton ; Q. M., Tlios Boyton, Scarlet — facings blue. 






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ir. M. Ntkrnl Ynrd, IIaUAix. 

Ctfvh, Tlin4 !<. VfHlo« Oliiit^lcii Hdililtiu^, Lpiiiion \. ilHik. 
H. M. BhlpR on the North AnisriOAn anU W« it IndiA Btntlon. 

T'Af 1\mnnfe tint! Hortv /Ntwrf (/mtm ntr Ihi' miifht in Tont ami thf IttiHiuUrtt 

fhviw t*otret' of'lhf h'nrjinrti, 

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AvIi'U, lMlwi.nl l.0Hh{ Sh\(f' fifirtf^ IuIwhi-iI Mnlcniiv 
n. WhvtB. 

ni»xi';H, 4. th»Mf W. Oim/HNif/r f/fm iVwif^ ^84 l«»n-. ft87 II. I*. 
(\}mmatitlrr, Arllmr II. AUitf((«mi AtVff/R, Mhivvii M. N Krymi, .litiiii<N 
KnowrUn; Mir iL»V«l, Chiirlw* II riarki l*n^miW('i% Al^rorn^»ll Vtirkiinv. 

CoNTHKT, 4. N. (SmifHmh' dtinfnHit. J.^ft Idtm. .M.l II. I'. IJnil ami 
(.Vm. I'riHlk A. Movscy; Suh-l.uut^ Kobert M. KIiir} A'uh SiUt-Livul, 
Witlinm 0. Iti«ir. 

Dmuiu, 14. ;?. fV»Yf«*. 1870 tonn 227'; II. IV Cnptnin, VVm. U. 
K«>« oilv; /.mit», Oi»nrgo K Klnir Iliill. Win. If. Moiunrm'i. ('IibiUh A. K. 
Wnt^rw/tMtnrli'N K. <}lrt.ln«nttP| /V.nt A»V«f. Willlnm .1 N. IMIr.!*. rhtm ami 
Nrtv /»w/, Hpv Diivlil Navin, n.A.j i<(a^' Shi ffetm, \{»\wrt I,. Ik>ll{ /Vi 
J«itic« H. WilliA. 

KiiAMiNdo, 8. N. (\mfHmtfi iinn IVwr/. 774 tonn. 7W) ff. P. 0»mi» 
mrtHf/ff, Wi" H. Hull; fivuh. i hnrUm .1. Hiiriow, Moih'I U. Mnrrin, 
P«reKH««i W. 1\ lluUoni Sn^LitiHt, Arthur II D. Knv(>iitiillt ffniu/nm, 
Willmni li. ColnliMn, m.i>.; AmI /Viym in i*Afti*(fc, Miilroliu C MnnliK!li. 

(lHirr«»M. .1. S. i\iMfM*it( (tHH VfMrl 774 tonii. > 7IM> H. P. cVw- 
Mrtttr/fr, Kr««\oi-iok K. Uo niiiinn: A.i>N/<t, Williain II. PIkoU, liiolul Poure, 
>Yfdk (1 M«KlnMry; i^ti\1f %r{ff(m, T\w\\\i\n Iti-uwne, m.i». 

NimTHAMri>t»N,' U. lAiwA/f" iS. /»•(»« AnnoHt-platt'il Khift. 7<18.'l tonn. 
rtOOO II. P. (W'fiw, .?.>h« A. Kl^l^or; Omiwfm/pr, Hwinlnii (\ llnlttinil; 
lt<e«/x, OmHol MuN. KUI(UI, (}|ik II. 8. Pi'«(yniiui, I'Viiiik (!. Yo(iitM:lMiNlinii«l, 
ltwrf(»» 1.0 C Kffi^rlon, •Un P. Montjy«»uu>ry t Sl'tff' (\»iiy .iMinttPi CmIi^; fVr/;! 
.Viir vt«-(, HMiniii'l II. U. Nnrthcute; lAttU Mct\ Henry V. I<!»gl«8; yViwiH, 
bYo.lk C. Kl««l*»y. 

PtAtVKR, J. i>i>t«4/i! S. ^»M»i IVmc/. 774 foiin 077 II. P. OmmnHtle)\ 
Ufclnr U. Stewurl: LieuL Walker 8. Kin^^( Mrt* /ir>M< TlionuiH K. H. (jiipu^ 
Puffm, Frederick L. M. Ih'er; Ck /inmnffr, .iMinen J. Finch { Sttb-Lituty 
Fnincin li. T. Col«; Smytfrn, Wllllum MniitorH U;ie. 

8i«ir8. 11. iSf. Owivr^f. 1756 tons. 9.1.14 II. II. CftiifMn, Oeorffo T,. 
.'^nlivnn; l.ifithf Alwxrtnder (^>ok, S^vncer lI. M. l.o«ln, Olmidn Prtjfot; 
iV«»i> iMHiy AliVed lltickmRn; Staff ifiir<f, Charles 8(ri(.klAml; 
CHthhorl U. Koilhnm. 

roiiKMAi.iMC. 11. i\>mfHm{le S. CiM^'cllf. 2102 toni«. 
(?«y>f»u'H, Kobort P. Dennistuuns AlVf^^-^, WiUiuin l>. Monisii, H«nry l.nab, 
William C\ Forppfsf, llenrv . I. I>. bixtoit, N<iv ^»6m<, K<linund Nulikivollt 
ChapaHti A'dt' /«,< \{vY .tamcH II. Ulunn, n.A , i,.i..m. ; l^itfSury, Suuiuul 



Poym, 

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IJannUKl: i*<f«rw», Tl »nms Clayton. 

ZKIMIYK. '4. i^\ Om^h}0e (iHwi«Hlt. 

Com, Wm K. Clultcilmok; X<n* lAeul, 



Amirow W. Davirs; ^'fi*\yeoM, William iVaisun, m.d 
Faniei-io U. J. Mathia^. 



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SHIP CHANDLERY, 

Bar and Bolt Iron, Copper Bars, Muntz Hotal Ban 

and Sbeatbings, Nets, Lines, Twinei 

and Fishing Implements. 

WHITE LEAD, PAINTS & LINSEED OIL 

George Street and Bedford Row, 

HALIFAX, M. S. 



DARTMOUTH EOPE WORK CO. 

POST OFFlliE ADDRESS, D. R. W. CO., HALIFAX, N. S. 



MANUKACrrUllEKS OF 



Cordage and Oakum. 



Manager, JOHN F. STAIKH, of the nrni of WilllAin Stairs, 

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273 & 275 Barrington St, Corner of Jaoob St. 

CfCQILIlSrf, roA&l«DI AMD OAM/iaMli ' 

STAPLE AND FANGY DRY GOODS 

And Oenta' Furaia]iia8:3..,,^..^n 

McMURRAY ^ CO. 

MILUNERT, MANTIfCS, COSTUfilfie, &o. 



Dress Goods, 
Black Silks, 
Velvets k Satins, 
Mourning Goods, 
Rain-proof Grape, 
Dress and Cloak 
Trliumings, &o. 



A LS/VDINQ HOUSS 
IN ALL THAT 

FSRTAXNt TO THS 

LATEST 

FASHIONS IN 

LADXBJI' APPARBL. 



Mantle Cloths, 
Ulster Cloths, 
Canadian & Sco. 

1*woed8, 
Coatinsrs, 
Flannels, 
Blankets, Ac, i«. 



McMURRAY & CO., 273 & 275 Barrington St. 



Fringes, 

Glovos, 

Hosiery, 

Corsets, 

Uaderwear, 

.1 'vj&c, Ac. 



GASB SYSTEM. 

POPULAR PRIOBB. 

BARGAINS IN 

EVERY 
DEPARTMBNT. 



.uihirtings. 

Sheetings, 

Towellngs, 

Tableings, 

Quilts^ 

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PATTERN BONNETS AND HAT8. : 

A lilMral discount to MilUnors and OoTintry Storokeopors. 

AN EXPERIENCED MODISTE ON THE PREMISES. 

Ordeis for Mantles and Costuniea promptly executed. 

FAMILY MOURHIN C AT WH OLESALE PRICES. 

M[c3i:XJK.R,^^^'^ Ac 00. 

Agents for the Bazar Patterns. 



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Attoniif* niiit llnirUlom •..>••. KH 

Aiiulk ('(iIImmk, WiillVlltit Ul 

AtiiiiiMt 173 

Armv ail 

AMiiiMiii>r*, onirlnl t)>0 

A»nlUi.iiiOni»« 100 

Mri I'ImUmn mill Atturiiifii Ml 

HiM^Hy t<3 

ItniiUnl ('<iii\oiiiloii N. H. mill N. II. Hi 

HIIiIk SnolHy H*^ 

Ititok mill 'riuvl Si>i<l«<tv It*** 

KiilUli CulumMit, l'n>vliiM> of: lit. 
UiiVni'iiiir, Kxt't'.iidvK Coiiiirll mid 

l>i>(lif«liillvi< AhhiidiIiIv 4n 

D«i)kit— lUlllkx llniikliw Co Ilt:l 

llmikul' Nova HciiMii \K\ 

IlrllUli NortU Aini<rln» \M 

Villon Dmikof Hnllinx 1m;i 

ItmolimuV Hank 1H4 

Ti'iiiiIp'r lUiik (X llnllfka.. .IK4 

llnnk of Yarnioiilh IHl 

Com Kmik o( WlmUnr IK4 

MxolimiKii llmik ul YiunrntlilSl 

<••' Llvt-rjiool IM 

Of I'lotoii IHfl 

or MiniliTnl \M 

Dominion Hitvinftii' llnnk lOD.IH/t 
Chmnl)nr orconnnoiri', lUUliix tKl» 

otiriRtiRit A»nntiMfon inn 

Calt*n<|itr l'tt^«>N li'\-l\) 

County Coui'tji, Sitllnfn (if . .t ..,».. . BA 

<'i«iitfi t.i. .^. . In 

County IH-oiwnrmn ,• '. . W» 

Cuurta — (Hnprcini', ori.'iuinilii 8.'l 

Kx«tlif>i|iim- orOaiiuila K< 

Hiiiivi'Uio of Novn MiMitlft K1 

Mnrvintiro nn«l Divuicp 84 

Vlio Ailuiii-nltv M4 

■t ^ 'ooniny....; Sft 

Clofki «)f Pfnoi* W 

Clorjo— llnpHnt 171 

';hurcli uf KniiliuiU WIS 

Coiiari>i{Miluiial 17(1 

»'Lntri>n»n I7rt 

M«llio«liNt (Muiirli or(<aiiMilu.l73 
rri<Hb>ti'i'liut ChiiiTli in Cn- 

muln 1(W» 

noumne'aUioUc Itm 

Cnronorn W 

ComniiHHJouorH tor Uellofof liiHolvcMt 

Debtor* 107 

C'oinmiHuiotHM'B out of rrovinco H7 

Comnum'inl Depmtinoiit iW 

ConmiK &c 212 

Corporntioii, CHy of Hnllfiix 21!> 

Cimtoili'H Unhiloriiin 8H 

Cnxt^uusi I >('j):\rt niont 144 

l)aliiouttio t'olli'iru imtl Uulvcrnify. . .177 

Diiu'PH.an Synoil 1()7 

Durtinoiith.Town of. ilfl 

DiHMli, Uoitidti'iUB at'. S7 

Duiitiniuu OUiot IK 100 



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Doinlnluii orCnMila—dnv. (i.>n«>i«l ;i:l 

I'rlvy CouiK'll. Ai 

N«*nH(i* ^lil 

N.nrUoniniona :i4 

KrllfWM ni 

Ki-1'li-filin.llrnl |)i>|inrlincnt ItIA 

ICiliifmloniil D*>|>Nitlin<iit; 

CoiiMcil of I'lililio Uulrurtlon. . tTfl 

Nuriiiitl anil Mmld Hi>Iio«i|h t7l> 

liiN|t«i|>torik of Moliooia I7I> 

<'MinnUHliMUMK of Hi'IkhiIh. .171) Ik:i 

F«|iltuiu!iiry ft'J 

P>irniliiK ,,n<).70 

rir«i l>i<pnrtmi>nt Wi 

Ph-n hiHin uii<*«> Coni|«nl»i* IHI 

ItRH lllK|l|irtlotl I l.'t 

lliilinix. ilty of 2I1» 

liilmiil Uov»>uiio D«-|Mirlninnt lUU 

IiiMilvi'iit D«>bU>rii, (Join, (br (livliiK 

lielli'fto 107 

liiRiNitlon orKlMli alMl Dll« 14:1 

IimiiriinitA (!onipanl(<M anil AKiiniili>ii.|)*A 

Intvntolonlal liHllway 110 

JudK*)»~Hiipriiuiu Court ofC'nnniln . M 

N.Hifilla. M 
Coinitv (fourt«, NovnHoottn HA 

rrolmio 87 

•niKllrmof lim PitM« 1M-II»7 

KvwAtiii, rruvlmni nf,,, 4ff 

King's t'olU'yt>, Wlmlnor IWI 

Alilttiitlnr 107 

Lnw niitl .liiHtii<«, Di'pnk-tiiivnt of. , . . 83 

Mn< Inntintiio 0(iinpiinf«<H 18K 

]Auht Honxt'H ivn 

LlnnU A«H»fi ;• 212 

I.nuuMnn IVIinli«ti<i'i« 170 

Mniiitobn. I'rovlniMMif: \A 'luvnrnor, 
Kx<>oii(iv«> mill lii'Kliilntlvu C'oUn- 
«!lli<,miil IiwiHlntlvn AHii««mhly„... 44 
Marine and PIhIkuIoh Do|mrtiii«'At. ,12A 
Mm ft)« TumivnticHi Coin|iaiilrt«, ..... .18A 

MtHonlv lol 

Mi'«tii<nl Ciill<>Ki>, Ifnlifax 17H 

Mi'iliral H»'i;Uti«r lAO 

Mrtliudiot (Thuiih of Canada 17.1 

Mllitlft 1)i'piirtnii'iit 21.1 

MiM I'liiK ilr Coiiipniiif*M 180 

Mt'ichiuitH' PrivalK Hi^nnlH 11)4 

Movniilo Kt'nutu, kc 50 

Niitioiiiil nnil llomvoliMit Ho<;i«>tii>r; . . l!M> 

Nnvy.Tho 222 

N«<w tiriiviHwIi'k, rnivliUM" of: Lieut. 
Itovcrnor, Kxiuiiitlvn ninl LoftiiilM- 
tlvo CouMcitv, nnU Lf^IhIiiUvh Ai- 

wmbly 30 

Ninvfoiiiiiliiuul, I'lovlnon of: Lirut. 
(lovi-nior, F,xi>riitivi' nnti f,«'ni»la- 

tiv«> roiinrl!i#. yV^m-mbly, ilc 40 

Ni'w (JliiHp)^, I'luvii of.' 210 

Ncrth-Wi 1 1 Tin it(.ri«'H 4(! 

NdVii St'oti;i, I'liiviiicv of: Liciil.- 
OoviMUor, lixiTiitivc & I..r};!i<I,iHve 
Ootiiu-ilH, & Li'tjiHlativo AttHtinibiy ^ 
Odd Fiillowu, 208 



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Pago 
Ontario, Provliieo of: Lieiit.-Gov., 
Kx«ciit.ive Council aail Lit^^iiilative 

AMSttiubly 43 

Oi an<;e Lml};e, Grftiitl 207 

(>vera«orHol FiHlierii'A 125 

Patrons of Hiiabaudry, Onlcr of. . . .20» 

Pilot UuminisHioners siiid Pilots 189 

Plauets, MoriiiiiK and Evening fiO ' 

Farrsboro' Hallway 120 

Pictoi, Corporation of. 218 

PeiiiteulLiry .... 110 

P(Mt OfHoe Dopartment: 

Nova BcotiA PoKtuI Division. . ..Ill 
Arrival and Departnre of Mails 

atHalllkx Ill 

Country Post Offices 113 

Principal UnteR of Po8ta)<e l\ti 

Money Ord<ir Itrancli 1 16^18 

Presbyter inn College, llalifiiK 171 

Presbyterian Miaisters lf>9 

Probate, Jndgtis 87 

» Registrars 87 

Prince Edward Island, Province of: 
Lluut. -Governor, Executive and 
Legislative Councils, and Legisla- 
tive Assembly 40 

Protitonotaries. 84 

Quebec. Province of: Licut.-Gover- 
nor, Executive and Legislative 
Cou ncils, & Legislative Assembly. 41 
Railways, Coaches and Steamers. . . . 119 
Iteceiver General's Office 109 



Page 

Ilc<;i«trars of Probate 87 

Registrars of l>eedj» 87 

Itoman Catholic Clergy 1()8 

Koyai Family of Great Britain 31 

Keii](iuU8 and Denevuleiit Societies. . lOi* 

Sessions, Sittings of. 8G 

St. Mary's College. Halifkx 1G8 

St. Francis Xaviur's College, Antigo- 

nish im 

Signals, at Citadel Hill w . . 193 

Shwiffii 84 

Steamers 124 

St4)ck Exciiaiigc, llaliAix.. 189 

Supreme Court, Sittings of. 81 

Tariir, Tlie 14i! 

'JVclinological Institute.. 178 

Telegraph Companies and Offices.. ..1^9 

Tide Table 80 

Temperan<ie Directory 211 

Truro, Corporation of 237 

University of Halifax 177 

Vice Admiralty Court 84 

Western Counties: itailway 122 

Windsor and Annapolis Railway 122 

Windsor, Miuiicipality of. 218 

Weather Guide 53 

Weights and Measures, Forms of, 

etc 140-143 

W.-'sIeyan College, SackviUe 174 

Academy, *' 175 

Zodiac, Signs of. 49 



THOS. P. OONmOLLY, 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 



Bookseller and Stationer^ 

CORNER GEORGE & GRANVILLE STS., 
HALIFAX, N. S. "^ 



Scbool Books of all kinds. Office Stationery, Legal Stationery, Ladies' 

Stationery, BilU of Kxchange, Ousiom House Blnnk«, Shipping J^lanks, 

Notes, Drafts, Kcceipts, Pocket Itooks, Wallets, Stephens' Com. 

aud B. B. Ink, Clieap Stock suitable for Jobbers. 

THOS. P. CONNOLLY. 

It' N. B.-The « MARITIME" SCHOOL SERIES supplied 
Wholesale and Retail. T. P. C. 



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BRASS FOUNDERS AND COPPER SMITHS. 



MACDONALD & CO. 

HALIFAX, N. S. 

Steam d U Water Es^Qeers, 

IMPORTERA OF 

Cast and Wroug^lit Iron Pipe with Fittings, 
E&g^eers' Supplies and Ifachinery. 

MANUFAC-'JRBRS OF ALL KINDS 
ENQINEERS', FRUMBEBS* A STEAM FITTERS' 

BRASS GOODS, 

AND THE HEAVIER CLA8SRB OF 

BBASS and COFFER WORE. 

— ALSO — 

Vessels' Fastenings and Fittings. 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS, RESIDENCES AND FACTORIES 

SUPPLIED WITH 

nmm mmm i flumbing fihukes, 

With all Alodcrn Improvemeuta, fitted hy Engineers thoroughly 
aciiuaintcd witli our climate. 



SOLE ACIENTS FOB THE SALE AND APPLICATION OF 

WARREN'S FELT ROOFING, 

And Eoofl&ff Ma^yorlals in and for tlie Province of 

Nova Scotift. 



162 to 172, also 306 Barrington St. 



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BKOWN A WliBH, HalirMX, Asents lor Nwir.^ Scotia. 



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ECONOMY AND SECXfUITY. 



Life if^ Accident Insurance Ca 



OF MONTfREAL. 



A Sound and EeliaUe Home Company. 

INVESTMENTS ALL WITHIN THE DOMINION. 

AUTHORIBED C'ArtTAL, 91,000,000. 

OopoHited with GoTernment for Security of Policy-holders, 50,000. 



Tiios. WoaKMAN, Esq., M. P., President.l T. J. Claxtox, Esq., Vice-PrcsidetU. 
M. H. Oai<t, Esq., Managitu) Director. \ R. Macaui>av, Secretary. 
J. M. C. DeiiKsDkrnjirrh, Super inteiidt at. 

HALIFAX BOARD. 



Ho!», D. McN. Parkbr, M. D., M. L. C. 
Pat'k Powbk, Esq., Dir. People's Bank. 
W.M. M. Harrixoto.s', ICsq.jPres. Halifax 

Bank. 
John Tavlor, Esq ,T''. Merchants' B'k. 



DANtBb Crokan, Elaq., Director Bank 

Nova Scotia. 
W. C. SiLVKR, '-sq , Merchant. i 

W. J. CoLKiMAV, Esq., Dir. People's Bank. 
A. W. WjSbT, Esq., " " I 



LIFE, AGG!DENT& COMBINED POLICIES 

Issued on the mo.<!t approved and popular plans, and 
at the Lowest Pos.'^iblr Kates. 




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Ofice, 76 Granville Street, 

Near the Bank of Montreal, - HALIFAX. 



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INDEX TO ADVERTSSEMENT8. 



Pace 

Amusing Children's Exhibition 13 

Baldwin & Co., China, Glass, Earth- 
enware, &c.. . 8 

^rron, Walter and Co,, Clothiers. . 82 
Bamstead, John H., Leather and 

Findhidr" 18 

Beekwith, R, N., Auctioneer and 

ComniisGion Merchant 43 

Belcher, Jos. S., Commission Mer- 
chant 232 

Bell, A. M., Hardware, 

left side left hand pages. 
Bishop, Wm„ Ha ifax Marble Works 22 
Black Bros. & Co., Stenmer Neptune 223 
Borehaui, E., Boots, Shoes, &c., 

left side ri^ht hand pages. 
Brennan, W. C, The Montreal Sh<»e 

8tort 281 

Briand, A., Staple and Fancy I>ry 

Goods 29 

Brr>wa and Wobb, Drygs, etc 

bottom of pages. 
Brown, M S., &Co., JcwcHery, etc.. 81 
Buckley & Allen, Stationer}', etc. . . 4 
Buckley, E. M,, Dry Goods, Milli- 
nery, etc 247 

Caniell, J. J., Carriage Factory 231 

Canada Paper Company, Montreal., 23 

Cogswell, A. C, Artificial Teeth O" 

Connolly, T, P., Books & Stationery 22() 

Cooke, C. J., Fancy Goods ,.242 

Cornelius, J,, Jewelry, &c 48 

Craig, Geo. 11., Smoker's Paiiidise, 

Dartmouth 27 

Creighton & Marshall, Stationery, 

Paper Rulers, Blank Bovks ..... 48 
Creight<:>n,'C. A., Commiaeion, Ship 

and Insuriwoe Agent 10 

Cron.iu, John, Groceries, Provisions, 

etc , 239 

Cronan, Daitiol, W, L Produce, Furs. 16 
Crowe, William, Fancy Work Goods. 32 
Cunarj, S., and Co. House, '■jtoam 

and Gad Coal 233 

Daly, M, B., Imporial Insurance Co. 12 

Davidson & Cricliton, British and 
Foreign Dry Goods 234 

Denipotcr, James, Pliuiing Mill and 

Sa A Factory 244 

DeWolf, % A. 8. 4 Son, Ship Bro- 
kers & Commission Merchants. .230 

Egan, Tliomas J., Gunmakor and 

Taxidcnnist 234 

Everett, T. E. & Co., Hats and Caps. 43 

F\9rdham, Arthur, Leather, etc., 57, 59 
61, 03, m, 07, 69, 71, 73, 75, 77, 79 
Fortune, J., British and Foreign 

Dry Goods, Millinery, &c 6 

Ftaser, Geo., Sun Mutoal Life In- 

simince Co 228 



Pago 

Fuller, H. H. & Co., Hardware 3 

do do top of pages. 

Gordon & Keith, Wholesale & Retail 

Furniture Manufacturers 238 

Gossip, Wm., Books and Stationery 287 
Graham. T. & Son, Pain Eradicator, 
Catorrhinc, &c 17 

Hanlngton, W. M. & Co., Groceries, 

Wined, etc '. 16 

Harris,} Geo. J., House and Ship 

Plumber 243 

Heckman, J. W., Boots, Shoos and 

llubbei-8 16 

Hirshfield, George, Sausages 14 

Hodson, J., Saw Grinder 14 

Hopgood and Crease, Groceries, 

Vegetables, Provisions, &c 244 

Hornsby & Flavhi, Pottery, etc 24 

Johnson, W. H., Sewing Machines . 13 

do. do. Pianos and Organs.. 20 

Jones, G. W., Paj)er, &c 15 

Keith, Alex, and Son, Brewery 19 

Lawlor, J. D., Sewing Machines 232 

Lawlor, J. E. , Groceries, Hardware, 

etc , , 248 

Lowell, W. li. & Co., Bankers, Bro- 
kers, Ittsurance Agents 242 

Macdonald and Co., Ti im Founders.227 
Mackasey dcCo., Shipping and Com- 
mission Mercha)its 246 

Maekinlay, A. and W., Stationery. . . 21 
McAlpino, D., Maritfane Provinces 

Directory . . 26 

McDonald's Board & Livery Stables 

atDartmouth 26 

McKay. F. S., Cooler's Patent Cream 

Raiser '. . . 27 

McLeani's Express Si Feed Store 12 

McMuiTay and Co., Dr>' Goods 2'i4 

Mahon Bros., Dry Goods. 250 

Markle, -T. A., Family and Pastry 

Flour 248 

Monaghan, A^>ry Goods, etc 246 

MorSi>, John^MToa ' lerchant 236 

Morton, C. cl^iooksand Stationery 241 
Mumford Bros.; Produce Commission 

Merchants 29 

Munnis, James K., Clothier 10 

Murphy, J. E. Cairiagc and Sleigh 

Builder 28 

Murray, I. S., Commission Merchant . 2.50 

Nctz, Christian, Pork, Sausages, ctc.23t) 
Newcomb, George C, Parlour and 

Dining Room Suits, &c 249 

Nova Scotia Printing Co 28 

Patterson, John, Boiler Maker 232 



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II. n. FULLER A CO., Ai^entfi for 



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Parka, Wm. & Son, Cotton Mills. ... 65 
Do. do. Gray Cottona, 

Wan*, «•« 8* 

rhilp, .lohii H., llaUi, V,i\\yn, Vnn.. 4 

rickforU (i lllack, Ship C^naiutlcry. . 11 

Ih). right tid« right hand |>aKM' 

Renninn, Jnnics, Painter, Decora- 
tor, otc 240 

KolMrtaon, William, Hardwan; 2 

Hobinaun, J. H..Phos|>horifle(l Kmul- 
Binn of Cod Livor Oil, Trovhoa, 

etti caloiidar in^toh. 

RolMtin, C. & Co., Dry (lootls 82 

R«tas. W. G.A Co., Watchmakcni & 
Jowollen) 22 

8vh wart I!, H . A. , Stovo Store . 18 

Siailli ItroH., Dry UikhIh, MilliiH'vy, 

(Cloves, &o ... 9 

Bitiitli, J. Uudfrey, Chemist. 

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P«WO 

Smith, B. An Dry (kioito 2&V 

8tAins John, fn>ii inttl fttk^wnro ... 7 
HtnfrN, W., S«m iV Mumnv, llardwnni 22JJ 
8to|)hoti, A. & ^illn, Funilturo, etc. . Ti 
Symoiids, W. H. ti Co., Iron Foundry 
and Machine WOrka SU7 

Thoakston ft Angwln. Hanlware . . .845 
Thomson & Co., Dry Goods, Uoady- 

made Clothin^ir • • 20 

Tobin, John k. C(s VV. I. Produoo, 

Tens, etc 24 

Wallace, Rohort, Sewintr Machines .. 837 
Wilsim, J. K,, Strives, Htintfea, 8hi{i»' 

C<wtin)(s, &c- 8 

Wilson. Wni.,HAt<«, (Japs, Furs, oto.241 

W(MKiill, A. L., Chi^niist 2r.l 

W«MHlhury Bros., Dun lists 240 

Younyf, M., Hour, Meal, Ori>ccrfc», 
Provisions, *c 241> 



Thomas A. S. DeWolf & Son, 




SIliP BROKBRS, COMIH MER(!H.)NTS. 

Insuanee] Effectei, Frei^lits CollecH Ckten Uei. 

AGENTS FOR ANCHOR LINE STEAMERS, 

Saitiitj; ^^larly every Spring amt Fall. 

AGENTS FOR MAMMOTH VINEGAR WORKS, 

Stock always on liand. 

Agents for sale of DRAIN PIPE & FIRE BRICKS. 
Cement, Plaster, Lime, Salt, Piff Iron, Sbinffles, 



ALWAYS KBPT IN STOCK. 



HALIFAX, N. S. T. A. S. Do WOLF & SON. 



Aiixcy'A Uluck JLvail. >11u8«»u*8 and Allller's UlHCkiHgUv 



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JOBS J. CARNELL'S 





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of every description always on hand or made to order. 
JOBUIIG ATTENKO TO WITH CARE AND INSPATCH. 



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3 and 6 Falkland Street, ^-^ 

HALIFAX, N. B. 

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JOSEPH S. BELCHER, 

60 BEDFORD ROW, - HALIFAX, N. S. 

JlS" Agent for the aaleR of Hillsboro* Cnlcinccl Plaster, DickRon*s 
Arbroath Navy Canvas, Qreeuwioh Maoufaoturiog Ca'aKeady C!e»Ber. 



JOHN PJITTEBSOii, 



MANUFACTURER OF 



For Marine and Land Purposes. 

SHff TAHKS, (iJRDERS, SllQKE pipes;" 

And all kinUs of SHEET ' IJ^OlSJ WORK. 

REPAIKS rROMPlJLV ATTEKDRD TO. 

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801 UPPER WATER ST.; HAt]Qg*AX. 

The Genuine Lawlor, Family & Manufacturing 

- SEWING MACHINES/ ^ 

Buy your Sewing Iktachines from the Ulauufactuvor and save '?A per cent. 
Get your Sowing Machines llepaired by the Mau(tV and save 60 per cent. 

Needles, Oils and Sewing Machine Parts al way» ou hand. 

^ 119 HARRINGTON ST.. 
Opposite St Paul's Church, - HAL/FAX, l\f. S. 

J, s:. T. A "W"x,OE>; 

Practical Sewing Machine Maker, Manager. 



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Via Railway to 'Picton, P. E. Island Steamers to Port 
HawlcestJuty, alia BfSs'd'Or Lake WS^aMS* Neptune, 
firom West Hay to Xlnas Island, B&ddeick, Little Btas 
o'Or, WhyeocraiEgh, )t€tth%dney and Sydney -fy 

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Halifax hy morning train every Monday and Thursday for Pictou, will 
reach BADDECK at 7 a. m., and SYDNEY ^t noon, on Tuesday 
and Friday. Ijcaving Sydney every Monday and Thursday, they 
arrive lit Pictou in tiipe to take the inorning train for HALIFAX. ' 

>^^'-^ *^ WHYOOCbMAOav ^i^* 

TTjo NEPXUNB leaves Mr. Chtistio's. Little Bnus d'Or, at' noon 
every Frida/, Teturning to Sydney oa Saturday. 



FOR BOSTON. 

• Baflflencers leaving Sydney erery Thursday, connect alfc Port 
bnrv oil Friday morning at 6 o'clock with the Steamers '*Wc 



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and **X!arroll ** for Bostpju- . , , ^ 

CP^'Por further particulars apply to J. HO WABD BE ATT Y, 
Master, on board, or at tha office of 

BLACK BROS. & CO,, 

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DAVIDSON & CRIGHTON, 

IMFOHTKUS Of ^ . 

Britidi and Foreign 

DRY GOODS, 

Hat3, Caps and Furnishing Goods, 



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HALIFAX, N. S. 

TE<liSi4S jr. E^4II, 

(Lat* J. * T. J. Mgrna.) 

177 LOWER WATER STREET, HALIFAX. 



Foot 

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Qunft, Xlifldi, RoTolTirt, fto., all priMi and q-aalltifs. 

BEST KN6LI8II AND CANJIDIAN dVNPOWDKB. 

CARTRIDGES, CASES, WADS, CAPS, ^hOT, &o., IV 

The above Goods being imported direct c? n be sold at the 

VXRY X.OWB8T PRICKS. 

m\m ®N) fitllRl AT RCASQiNAeLS RATS8. 

Bepaliinc ttxeouted on the premises. 

No oonneotton with any other firm in the City. 



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HOUSE, STEAM AND CAS 




ALBION COAL, 

For l*ri(!OM Jind TcrniH apply Ut 

S. CXJNARD <fi CO. 

AGENTS TO THE BALXPAX CO.. LIMITSD. 

For House and Steam Purposes. 
For House and Oas Purposes. 

For Prices jind Toi'iiih apuly to 

CUNARD& MORROW, 

AGENTS TO GENERAL MINING ASSOCIATION, LIMITED. 




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pufling. They have all been test* 1 and found satisfactory. 



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ROBERT WALLACE, 

HALIFAX, N. S. 

SIGN OF THE BIG WATCH. 



IMPOUTER AND DEALEK IN 





Clooka, Watohes and J&wqItj. 

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Watches Ueyalred at tliix EstabliNhment Cheaper than any j 
other in the City, by flrMt-vlass MechanlcH. 

All lands or Sewing MacMne FiilD£s on M or made to order 

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Needles, Oil aud Oil CauM on haud. Sewing; Machine.s Kepaircd. | 

AGENTS WANTED. 

UNITED SERVICE 

BOOK AND STATIONERY WAREHOUSE. 

WSff. eOSSIF^ 103 Qranville St. 

IF YOU WANT Culluyc or Scboul buuka, wc challoni^e cuiuparmoii with any 

EHtabliahutoiit. 
IF YOU WaBiT Writing Papers, we k«up tbe bust aud u)iea{)eHt. 
IF YOU WAM'T Account Books, Memo. Books, Exurcise Books, Copy Books, 

or other Blank Books, we will suit you at lowest rotes. 
IF YOU WANT Winsor A Newton's Moist and Hard Colours, singly or in 

handsome bf>xes ; Oil Colours in tubes ; and Varnishes ; wc keep the genuine. 

Buy from us and you will make no mistake- vcritt/n itap. 
IF YOU WANT rhotojfraph and Scrap Albuiiis, and Christmas Cords, call and 

see ours. 
IF YOU WANT Drawing Blocks, Drawing Papers, Canvasses jicr yard or in 

frames, Oil Sketching Piiperand Academy Board, Cartoon F'aper 4 and .1 feet 

wide, lYacing CloUh and Paper," &c.. No. lOS Granville St. is the right shop. 
IF YOU WANT the best White Wax, and Sheet Wax. Moulds, i'ins. Wires, 

and Colours, w« import from liondon and the United States. 
IF YOU WANT Photogra))h Glasses, Caru <.r.d Cabinet sizes, wo sell them at 

eheaj)e8t rate'^. 
IF YOU WANT the best Inks— Stephens', Antoine's Frencli Inks, Carter's, 

and Walkdon's— you cannot possibly do better than <mr house. 
IF YOU WANT Magazines, Periodicals and Newspapers, from the Mother 

Country and United States, send your orders for 1880, and you will not be 

disappointed. 
IF YOU WANT Copperplate or Letter-press Printing, or Bookbinding, our 

acquaintance with the business will ensure you satisfaction. 

FALL, 1879. WILLIAM GOSSIP, 103 Granville St, 



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Importeis jiimI I)ralera_iii 

IRON BEDSTEADS, BRASS CORNICES, 

Hirrors, Mirror Plates, 

T3:jl.xti oloth, etc. 



Every description of Bedding always in stoclc. 



DIPLOMA AND NINE PRIZES 

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better advantage than smaller houses, which advantage we 
give our customers when selling to them. 

Call or send for l^rice List before purchasing elsewhere, 
as our goods and ])rices defy conjpetition ; besides we guar- 



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ALWAYS IN STO(!K, 

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SAUSAGE MAKER AND PORK DEALER. 

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}jf\ios, I^iiicciM ;iii(l 15()Iog(i;i >SimKii;;e.s, 
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PHILADELPHIA, 1876. Meats. 

Miinnfactuivr of all tlie above Goods in all their varieLies. 

^^^ All Orders for Smoking' done on the premises. 

Thirty yoiWA cxin'riciico, with oIIkt I)lj)loiiia.s. will ensure 
my customers sound and healthy Meat. 




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HALIFAX, N. S. 



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HALIFAX, N. S. 

English, French and American 

PAPER-HANGINGS AND DEGORATIONS, 

Varnishes, Japans, Oil, Paints, Brushes, 

B. PLATE, SHEET, EMBOSSED & STAINED 



Painters', Qlaziers', Gilders' & Artists' 
Bequisites always on hand. 



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IMPORTER AND DEALER IN 

Hats, Caps, Ladies' Furs, Leather Hat Cases, TrayeHlngr 
Hagrs, Trunks, Yalises, Buffalo Uobes, Umbrellas, &c. 

TVilOLEsSAI^K ANT) liKTAII^. 

I 132 GRANVILLE STREET, HALIFAX. 

! Opposite Anderson, Billing k, Co., one door South J. B. Elliot & Co. 



PROVINCIAL BOOKSTORE 

195 HoUis Street, Halifax. 

Subscriptions received for all English and American 

XTEWSFAFERS & FEEIODZCALS. 



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'■ Consisting of Foolscap, Letter and Note '' er, Envelopes, 

I'ank Hooks, Memo, and Pass Books, Niates, Pens, 
! I'eneils and Stationers' Sundries. 

\ BIBLES, CHURCH SERVICES, PRAYER AND HYMN BOOKS. 
I Latest Books, Norels, &e., alnajs on hand. 

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EXCHANGE, STOCKS. BONDS, ETC. 

IBOUaHT A^ISTD SOJLD. 



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/Etna Insurance Co. 

HARTFORD. CONN. 

UTOORPOR-A.'TBID 1819- 

Capital, $3,000,000. Assets, $6,911,147. 
Losses paid in 60 years, $50,000,000. 

Hartford Rre lasurance Co. 

HARTFORD, CONN. 

Capital, $1,250,000. Assets, $3,358,687. 
Losses paid, $22,000,000. | 

Will accept Uisks in citlier of theso well known Companies, '; 
upon the most favorable terms. 



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HALIFAX, N. S. 

House & Ship Plumber, 

MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER OF 



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City Fancy Store, 



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FANCY GOODS, TOYS, DOLLS, 

Fancy Pipes, Hair Oils, Perfumery, Cricketing Goods, 

Pocket and Table Cutlery, Scissors, Spoons, 

Combs, Brushes, Baskets, kc, &c. 






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Corner George and King Sts., Halifax. 

The latest Styles and htterns of House finish got out to order. 

ALWAYS ON HAND— rre])ared Flooring and Lining, Dooi ., Sashes, 
Frames and Architraves, with u complete assortment of Kiln-dried 
Mouldint^s. Inside and Outside Venetian Shutters made to order at 
the shortest notice. Inside Blinds, 2.5 cents per foot sup. Outside 
Shutters, 20 cents per foot sup. 

JIMES DEMPSTER. 

HOPGOOD & GREASE, 

WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL DEALERS IN 

Groceries, Ts^etaliles, him, h 

OATS, BRAN AND FEED ALWAYS ON HAND. 



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CIITEAL HAEBWAIH STQEK 

Convenient to all the Markets. 

THEAKSTON & AKGWIN, 



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A lull line, especially .selected for tlie (JOUJiTRY TRADE. 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 

Hay Cutters, Forks, Scythes, Kakes and Snaths, Iloes, 

Plowd, Cultivatoi'M, tVc. 

CARD CLOTHING AND WOOL OILS, 

For Carding Mills, jit Manufacturers' Prices. 

White Lead, Glass, Linseed, Lubricating and 
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JUST ABOVE NORTHUP'S COUNTRY MARKET, 

"Where you will lind a large, and Avoll-assoited Stock of 

DRY GOODS ill READY-NilDE WHIl. 



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Corner of Argryle and Bnckintrliam Streets, Halifax. 

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Corner of HoUis and Sackville Streets, 

Importer and Dealer in 

British and Foreign 

DE? GOODS I inLLINERT. 

Always on hand, a choice stock of 

NEW GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. 



Having enlarged licr prendses and rtd«led to her already largo Btock, 
thankful for past patronage, she is now prepared to sell nt lowest 
possible prices. Country customers respectfully solicited. Please call 
and examine before purchasing elsewhere. E. M. BUCKLEY. 



W. S. SYMONDS & GO. 

Enginoers and Boiler Makers, 

PROPKIETOKS 




Office, 18 & 20 Duke St, Halifax, N. S. 



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loaf ot bread, or roll, as well as the lightest pae^ry, will find 
this brand of flour an indispensable requisiftOi 

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AND FOK 8ALE WHOLESALE, B\ 

J. A.1IIIARKLE, • mUFAX, N. S. 

J. E. UWLOR & GO. 

Importers and General Dealers in 

IRON, HARDWARE, PAMTSi OttS ft VARNISH» 

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Bed-room Setts, Mattratses, &o. 

VENETIAN BLINDS AND SHIPS' WHEELS MADE A SPECIALTY. 

Carpets Made and Pat Do^n at Short Notice. 



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Importer of and Dealer in 

Flour, MeaJ, Bran, Cretqked ^Corn, 

■inSUirGSi CHOPPED FKEO, (ftjlfl* *e., Ac 

GROCERIES, IHiOVISlONS, LIQUORS, ETC. 

' . N. B. — Ship Stores put up at short notice. 



83,^, 87 Lower^llSTfttsr St., Salifaz. 



ITT'OOIDBTJR.Tr BROS. 

Dentists, New York and Halifax. 

BM. M. W&&3MWM¥» 

Graduate of Philadelphia Dental College. 

0M%^ m^^ ©di^CDQlilljf^s 8©®k Stop©* 

CORNER OF GEORGE AND GRANVILLE STS., 

Entrance Ko. 97 Oracville St., HALIFAX. 

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Head of fJ^ininercial Vl^liarf. 

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saiisfactioa to their patrotis. 

ALSO- A FULL LINE OF 

5LA.0S: AXTB COLOHEB SlUtS. 

Millineryt lUantles and Dresses made tf^ Order, 
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